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Brussels, 27.10.2009FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP The European Biofuels Technology Platform Ingvar Landälv, CTO, Chemrec AB, Sweden Vice Chair WG2.

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1 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP The European Biofuels Technology Platform Ingvar Landälv, CTO, Chemrec AB, Sweden Vice Chair WG2 „Conversion Processes“, EBTP

2 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2. Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document (SRA/SDD) 3.SET Plan and the European Industrial Initiative on Bio- Energy: opportunity for SRA implementation 4. Technological synergies between biofuels and hydrogen / fuel cell technologies 5. Conclusion: R&D priorities and more …

3 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2. Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document (SRA/SDD) 3.SET Plan and the European Industrial Initiative on Bio- Energy: opportunity for SRA implementation 4. Technological synergies between biofuels and hydrogen / fuel cell technologies 5. Conclusion: R&D priorities and more …

4 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP Biofuels producers Biofuels producers Agro-feedstocks producers Agro-feedstocks producers Forestry industry Forestry industry Biomass associations Biomass associations Universities Research institutes Research institutes Cars & trucks manufacturers Cars & trucks manufacturers Transportation fuels blenders and distributors Transportation fuels blenders and distributors Bio based Industry (sugar, paper, enzymes …) Bio based Industry (sugar, paper, enzymes …) Biofuels TP NGO´s Engineering and technology vendors EBTP: Stakeholders

5 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP The Mission of the European Biofuels Technology Platform is to contribute to the development of: - cost-competitive world-class biofuels technologies, - a healthy biofuels industry supplying sustainable biofuels in the European Union,  through a process of guidance, prioritisation and promotion of research, development and demonstration. Vision Report June 2006 Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document January 2008 Facilitate Implementation EBTP: Mission Statement

6 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP EBTP: Organisation WG 6 Prioritisation

7 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP EBTP: Cooperations EBTPs cooperation / relationships with other TPs and Projects: - Forest based Sector TP, SusChem, Plants for the Future and other KBBE ETPs => via the BECOTEPS Project =>Star Colibri Biorefineries - ERTRAC => participation in ERTRACs WGs by EBTP (WG3) to insure efficient information exchange and creation of synergies between both platforms -Zero Emissions Platform => WG2 leaders to initiate the technology synergy dialogue => further efficient information exchange between both TPs via 3 EBTP SC Members beeing active also in ZEPs SC

8 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2. Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document (SRA/SDD) 3.SET Plan and the European Industrial Initiative on Bio- Energy: opportunity for SRA implementation 4. Technological synergies between biofuels and hydrogen / fuel cell technologies 5. Conclusion: R&D priorities and more …

9 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP SRA / SDD

10 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP  CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY  developing energy efficient and reliable biomass-to-fuel conversion processes with feedstock flexibility and high quality products. Three main areas of technology development are critical to ensure successful development of sustainable biofuels in the European Union:  LOGISTICS & END-USE TECHNOLOGIES  optimisation of fuel-engine environmental and energetic performance ensuring compatibility with existing and future infrastructure and vehicles.  FEEDSTOCKS  managing competition for land resources (food & fodder vs. bioenergy) and for different biomass applications (transportation fuels, heat, electricity, industrial raw materials).  Increasing yield per hectare and developing efficient supply logistics both for dedicated crops and residues. SRA: Main Areas of Activity SRA / SDD

11 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2. Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document (SRA/SDD) 3.SET Plan and the European Industrial Initiative on Bio- Energy: opportunity for SRA implementation 4. Technological synergies between biofuels and hydrogen / fuel cell technologies 5. Conclusion: R&D priorities and more …

12 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP As part of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET–Plan)*, the European Industrial Bioenergy Initiative (EII-B) will focus on advanced biofuels in the context of an overall strategy for bio-energy  Scope: bio-energies and bio-energy carriers (solid, liquid, gaseous fuels, heat, electricity) includes biorefining/industrial integration.  Goal: to accelerate the commercial deployment of advanced technologies to boost the contribution of sustainable bioenergy to the EU 2020 targets.  Key features:- Industry lead - Leverage on European scale capability and added value to overcome national limitations - Sustainability essential in its three dimensions (economic, environmental, social)‏ - Share risk & financing through public-private partnership * reference: COM (2007)723, SET Plan & European Industrial Initiatives (EII)‏

13 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP Key objectives of EIBI  Enabling commercial availability of advanced bioenergy at large scale by 2020, including advanced biofuels covering up to 4 % of EU transportation energy needs by  Strengthening EU world technology leadership for renewable transport fuels for diesel and jet engines, serving the fastest growing area of transport fuels in the world Scope of EIBI  Identify innovative bioenergy value chains which are not yet commercially available and could be deployed at large scale EBTP proposal for EIBI Key objectives and scope for European Industry Bioenergy Initiative, EIBI

14 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP Core activity  Selection and funding of demonstration and reference plants projects Main outcome  a portfolio of advanced bioenergy technologies ready for large scale commercial deployment by 2020  development of sustainable biomass resources  creation of green jobs, local production of energy, healthy bioenergy industrial base  focused R&D effort to support the deployment of innovative technologies validated at EU level  stimulating education & training in the related areas Core activity and main outcome EBTP proposal for EIBI

15 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP (A)Conversion paths based on thermochemical processes: 1. Synthetic fuels / hydrocarbons from biomass via gasification (main markets: renewable transportation fuels for jet and diesel engines) 2. Bio-methane and other gaseous fuels from biomass via gasification (substituting natural gas and other gaseous fuels) 3. High efficiency power generation via gasification of biomass 4. Bioenergy carriers from biomass via other thermochemical processes like pyrolysis, torrefaction etc. (main markets: fuels for heating, power generation or intermediate for further upgrading into transportation fuels) => => => The 7 generic value chains (1) EBTP proposal for EIBI

16 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP (B)Conversion paths based on biological and chemical processes: 5. Ethanol and higher alcohols from sugars containing biomass (renewable transportation fuels as gasoline components, E85) 6.Renewable hydrocarbons from sugars containing biomass via biological and/or chemical processes (main market: renewable transportation fuels for jet and diesel engines) 7. Production of bioenergy carriers from CO2 & sunlight through micro- organism based production (algae, bacteria etc) and further upgrading into transportation fuels and valuable bio-products (main market: renewable transportation fuels for jet and diesel engines) The 7 generic value chains (2) EBTP proposal for EIBI

17 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2. Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document (SRA/SDD) 3.SET Plan and the European Industrial Initiative on Bio- Energy: opportunity for SRA implementation 4. Technological synergies between biofuels and hydrogen / fuel cell technologies 5. Conclusion: R&D priorities and more …

18 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP Syngas (CO+H2) Renewable fuels of variousorigins Synthetic naphtha, diesel, kerosene Methanol DME Methane(SNG) GASIFICATION CO 2 Current EBTP Value Chains The Thermochemical Pathway Electr. Power

19 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP Syngas (CO+H2) Renewable fuels of variousorigins Synthetic naphtha, diesel, kerosene Methanol DME Methane(SNG) GASIFICATION CO 2 Potential Synergies EBTP - FCH JU The Thermochemical Pathway Hydrogen Electr. Power

20 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2. Strategic Research Agenda & Strategy Deployment Document (SRA/SDD) 3.SET Plan and the European Industrial Initiative on Bio- Energy: opportunity for SRA implementation 4. Technological synergies between biofuels and hydrogen / fuel cell technologies 5. Conclusion: R&D priorities and more …

21 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP CONCLUSION  The European ambitious goals for climate and energy policy are calling for step change innovation in bioenergy/biofuels value chains.  The SET-plan proposed European Industrial Initiative on Bio-Energy (EII- B) is aiming at delivering such dramatic progress.  Preliminary identification of value chains of potential relevance to EII-B is pointing to the need for further development and demonstration of critical and core technologies.  Industrial leadership backed by strong support from EU and Member States will be essential to manage the risks and secure financing.  Contributions from all key stakeholders of the biofuels/bioenergy value chains will be needed: biomass supply, industrial deployment, research and technology development, sustainability assessment. R&D priorities and more …

22 Brussels, FCH JU 2nd General Assembly RHC ETP European Biofuels Technology Platform Contact us Secretariat: Web page:


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