03.12.2018 23:00 - 23:00

Innovation in the bioeconomy: overcoming barriers for sustainable bio-based products and biofuels

Sustainable biomass that does not compete with food can be used in a wide variety of applications including heating, transport fuel, or bio-based products. The conference will address opportunities, regulatory frameworks and barriers to the widespread uptake products derives from such sustainable resources. The event is organised by Greenovate! Europe as part of the EU funded project ButaNexT and will take place on 12th April 2018 at the Hotel Marriott Renaissance, in Brussels.

The conference will discuss the regulatory framework and the market barriers that impact the widespread uptake of products derived from sustainable biomass, with speakers from the industry, research organisation and the EU institutions. Learn how innovation can unlock market opportunities for SMEs while at the same time contributing to a greener economy!

The event will also be an opportunity to present the results of the 3-year research ButaNexT project, which made the process to produce bio-butanol cheaper and less energy-consuming. Bio-butanol can be used as a biofuel or to make bio-based products.

A poster session will host several EU funded research projects in the field of the bio-economy and biofuels, and will give you the opportunity to find out what is at the forefront of European innovation.

Admission to the event is free however registration is mandatory.

Programme and registration: http://www.butanext.eu