ERM’s Ausilio Bauen and Jo Howes join panel discussions at this week’s Sustainable Aviation Futures Congress

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.

ERM’s Sébastien Haye will be discussing biomass feedstocks for advanced biofuels at the European Biomass Conference & Exhibition 2023 (EUBCE) in Bologna on 5th June 2023

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.

UK stimulates development of eight Sustainable Aviation Fuels projects though the Green Fuels, Green Skies competition

Eight industry-led projects have been shortlisted to receive a share of £15 million funding available under the Green Fuels, Green Skies (GFGS) competition for the development of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) production plants in the UK. This competition was launched by the UK Department for Transport (DfT) in conjunction with delivery partners E4tech and Ricardo Energy & Environment as part of a drive to develop a SAF industry in the UK. Shortlisted proposals include projects aiming to produce jet fuel from household and commercial black bag rubbish, waste wood, sewage sludge, steel mill waste gases or carbon dioxide captured from the atmosphere.

The Green Fuels, Green Skies Competition launches today

The Green Fuels, Green Skies competition, was launched today by the Department for Transport (DfT) and delivery partners E4tech and Ricardo Energy & Environment. The competition will provide up to £15 million in grant funding to UK Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) projects during the 2021/22 financial year, as part of a drive to develop a SAF industry in the UK. It will support the early-stage development of UK SAF plants, referred to as the “Front End Engineering Design (FEED)”, “Pre-FEED” and “Feasibility Study” stages of a project’s development life cycle.

Join our webinars: Prospects for bioenergy development in Sub-Saharan Africa

The Bioenergy for Sustainable local energy services and Energy Access in Africa (BSEAA) programme, a constituent programme of the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office’s (FCDO)Transforming Energy Access (TEA) programme invites you to two webinars on
1. “Prospects for commercial biomass gasification in Sub-Saharan Africa”
3rd February 2021, 11.00 – 12:00 (GMT)
2. “Prospects for bioenergy development in seven market sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa: Preliminary findings”
10th February 2021,11.00 – 12.30 (GMT).

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