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29

Nov
2021

29 Nov – 9 Dec 2021: IEA Bioenergy Triannual Online Conference 2021

Online

This event features a series of online sessions spread over two weeks. The central theme is the role of biomass in the transition towards a carbon neutral society. A special session on Industrial symbiosis and biorefineries in a circular economy will be organized on the 6th of December by Task42: More information about this conference […]

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Past events

04

Nov
2021

4 Nov: Task 42 Webinar on Sustainable Lignin Valorisation

Zoom

November 4, 2021 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Central European Time The webinar provided an in-depth look at opportunities and challenges of lignin exploitation, emerging trends in research and Development. Lignin is the second most abundant biopolymer of land-based biomass, with a huge potential as source of many aromatic chemicals and building blocks. Its full […]

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11

Oct
2021

11 Oct-22 Oct: Renewable Chemicals and Materials: webinar series on vision, strategy and technology

Online

Wageningen University & Research and the nova-Institute invite you to participate in a series of webinars on the future of chemicals production, chemical recycling, bio-based polymers, and CO2-based polymers. Michael Carus, CEO of nova-Institute, and other nova specialists, as well as WUR experts including Christiaan Bolck, Edwin Hamoen and Jacco van Haveren, host the sessions. […]

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06

May
2021

IETS-IEA Workshop Series: Future Scenarios and Strategic Decision-Making for Industry Transformation: Powered by Systems Engineering

online

Day 1 – April 15, 2021 | Day 2 – May 6, 2021 Both workshop days will be held from 1:30 PM-5:00 PM CET = 7:30 AM-11:00 AM EST The main aims of this two-day workshop are to highlight international strategies for deep decarbonization and scaling-up the sustainable bioeconomy, as well as novel developments in […]

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09

Feb
2021

Brightlands Masterclass by Marijn Rijkers: Transition to circular chemicals and materials

We need to stop global warming by realizing a fully circular economy. The first steps are being taken by entrepreneurs. The Chemelot Institute for Science and Technology (InSciTe) helps them with providing knowledge and piloting assets. What can sites like Chemelot do to realize full circularity, while keeping materials value chains secured? Where exactly will […]

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24

Mar
2020

Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference 2020 (NWBC 2020)

Stockholm, Sweden

The Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference (NWBC) is an international event where research and industry meet to discuss recent wood-based biorefinery developments. The 9th NWBC, 24-26 March 2020 in Stockholm, will present the latest ideas and developments in biorefinery separation and conversion processes as well as new bio-based products from the wood biorefinery: energy, chemicals and […]

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17

Sep
2019

Advanced Biofuels Conference 2019

Stockholm, Sweden

The Swedish Bioenergy Association (SVEBIO) heartily welcomes participants to the beautiful city of Stockholm to attend our 5th Advanced Biofuels Conference on 17-19 September, 2019. Advanced biofuels for Europe are key for reducing emissions in the national transport sectors. There is commercial breakthroughs in new technologies, new policy measures adopted and changing business models, all […]

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17

May
2019

Stakeholder workshop: On the difficulties of building a biorefinery and how to avoid them

Maternushaus Cologne, Germany

17 May 2019, Maternushaus Cologne (Post-event of the 12th International Conference on Bio-based Materials). The BBI JU funded project PULP2VALUE opens its doors to discuss the challenges, risks and pitfalls of building a biorefinery. The ultimate goal of the project is the design of a fully integrated biorefinery based on sugar beet pulp. In this […]

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17

May
2019

BIOFOREVER Workshop: Feasibility of a European Lignocellulosic Biorefinery

Room Adelheid, Maternushaus, Cologne, Germany

17 May 2019, 9:00-12:30 h, The goal of the BIOFOREVER project is to demonstrate the feasibility of an European biorefinery for the production of lignocellulosic sugars, lignin/lignosulfonates and other (downstream) products including carbon binders, enzymes, ethanol, butanol, FDCA, nano-celluloses and resin acids. The intention of this workshop is to create interest amongst workshop participants to […]

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