ETIP Bioenergy 8th Stakeholder Plenary Meeting11-12 April 2018
There is a global agreement to combat fossil carbon emissions and keep global temperature increase below 2 degree C. Each economic sector needs to take its share in this. Transport represents almost one quarter of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions; these have been less declining than in other sectors.
The conference will give a status review of R&I within the biofuels sector. It will also discuss how various political decisions impact the sector and finally the conference will put biofuels in comparison with some key alternatives. What type of impacts do the various alternatives have in a "well to wheel” perspective? This will be discussed with representatives of the key industrial sectors involved.
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