The Sustainable Energy Futures Congress will be held in Amsterdam from 7-9 June, 2023. The event will focus on aviation decarbonisation and will be attended by stakeholders from the entire aviation value chain. ERM’s Ausilio Bauen (Partner) will be chairing Day 1 of the event and moderating panel discussions addressing questions on the future of SAF in Europe and feedstocks for SAF production. Jo Howes (Partner) will be moderating the policy panel discussion on Day 2. Ausilio and Jo will bring their experience in SAF supply chains, technologies and policy to shape and contribute to the discussions.
EUBCE brings together biomass experts from academia and industry with the aim of accelerating research and market uptake worldwide. Sébastien will be a panellist in the Industry track session ‘Beyond Annex IX’. Advanced biofuels have emerged as a pivotal solution not only to decarbonise road transportation, but also other sectors, including aviation, maritime, heating and electricity generation. The big question is where and which feedstock can be used to fulfil demand. This EUBCE session will address the appetite for the EU RED’s Annex IX A&B list of feedstocks and will also focus on what is required to reach larger volumes of advanced biofuels.
E4tech, an ERM Group Company, has conducted market analysis to quantify the UK industrial composites opportunity as it relates to hydrogen technologies. A preliminary review of all applications of composites for hydrogen identified three priority product areas: hydrogen pressure vessels, cryogenic tanks, and distribution pipes. For each of the product groups we identified market drivers, barriers to entry including competition from other products/ geographies, and assessed the potential market size focusing on the market for UK composite producers/ suppliers.
We would like to invite all stakeholders with interest in low ILUC-risk biomass certification to provide feedback on the draft certification guidance.
E4tech is part of a consortium providing specialist acceleration support to up to 200 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), under the UK government’s £1 billion Net Zero Innovation Portfolio.