Sustainability of biofuels and managing risk: Can feedstocks be scalable and sustainable?

Clock icon 09:45 - 10:45
There is increasing customer and government pressure for companies to decarbonize in order to combat climate change. The Renewable Energy Directive II placed a new target of 14% of energy in transport should be from renewable sources by 2030. 
Liquid biofuels from sustainable feedstocks can be key to this decarbonization process. However, there is a risk of doing more harm than good if sustainability is not made a priority. 
 We will discuss:
·       Which feedstocks should be used? And to what extent can these be scaled?
·       Should there be a choice between food/feed and advanced biofuels?
·       How can biofuels positively affect the agricultural, forest and waste industries? 
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Laura Buffet

Transport and Environment

Energy Director

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Olivier Dubois


Senior Natural Resources Officer & Leader Energy Programme

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Stephen Wetmore


Chair Board of Directors

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Dr. Peter Hawighorst


Project Manager

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For any questions on the conference, please contact:

Natasha Bodnar
Project Director
[email protected]

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Registration for the conference is currently open. To sign up, you can do so online here, or get in touch directly for details of group discounts. 


For more information and to inquire, please contact:

Haafizah Khodabocus
Business Development Manager
[email protected]
+44 (0) 20 3780 7438

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