Between the 16th and 19th of January, E4tech's Ausilio Bauen will join world leaders, international policy makers, industry leaders, investors, intellectuals and experts at the World Future Energy Summit 2012 in Abu Dhabi. Ausilio will moderate the 'Bioenergy: Biomass for Power Generation' panel of the Technology & Innovation Forum. Demand for biomass for power stations is growing globally, in particular in Europe and the US. International trade in a range of biomass feedstocks is growing. Sustainability certification is increasingly required for feedstocks.
E4tech’s report on the UK’s renewable transport fuel goals was selected by Biofuels Digest as one of five biofuels reports “worth getting now”. “Development of illustrative scenarios describing the quantity of different types of bioenergy potentially available to the UK transport sector in 2020, 2030 and 2050” was compiled for UK Department for Transport and was suggested by Biofuels Digest for those serving the UK market, or developing projects in the EU. It is available for free from here.