Task 42 provides an international platform for collaboration and information exchange between industry, SMEs, GOs, NGOs, RTOs and universities concerning biorefinery research, development, demonstration and policy analysis. This includes the development of networks, dissemination of information, and provision of science-based technology analysis, as well as support and advice to policy makers, involvement of industry, and encouragement of membership by countries with a strong biorefinery infrastructure and appropriate policies. Gaps and barriers to deployment will be addressed to successfully promote sustainable biorefinery systems market implementation.

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Final report EU Biorefinery Outlook to 2030 available

In 2020 the European Commission DG RTD awarded a E4tech (Lead), Wageningen Research, BTG, FNR and iCons the “EU Biorefinery Outlook to 2030” study. The executive summary and study report is now available here. The report presents scenarios on how demand and supply for...

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MicroBioGen reports technology breakthrough in 2G biofuels

MEDIA RELEASE Unique yeast strain converts non-food biomass to bioethanol and food, reduces emissions Sydney, 12 July 2021 -- In a major technological breakthrough, Australian biotech company MicroBioGen has successfully demonstrated the production of both...

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