Programme
 
 
 

Topic: BIOMASS POLICIES, MARKETS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Monday, 14 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
13:30 - 15:00
Session code: 4AV.1 Biomass strategies and policies
Session Description

The session provides overviews on biofuel supplies as well as biomass uptake in different application sectors, focusing each analysis at national and European level.



Chairpersons:


Wibke BAUMGARTEN , FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, EU/International Affairs, GERMANY





PRESENTERS
Lotte VISSER
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute - Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS

Optimizing Biomass Utilization - The Consumption of Imported Wood Pellets in New Demand Sectors to Support the Dutch Bio-Based Economy

Session reference: 4AV.1.1
Brendan JORDAN
Great Plains Institute, USA

A Successful Effort to Create Biobased Technology Commercialization Policy in the US State of Minnesota

Session reference: 4AV.1.2
Paul DODDS
University College London, UCL Energy Institute, UNITED KINGDOM

Competition for Biomass Trade to Meet Global and National Emission Targets for Below 2 °C Trajectories

Session reference: 4AV.1.3
Antti KARHUNEN
Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT Energy, FINLAND

Operating Environment for Small-Scale Biomass-Based CHP Production in Finland

Session reference: 4AV.1.4
Bartha SANDOR
Cercetare Silox, BIO C-Romania, ROMANIA

A Village-Based Integrated Biorefinery Model for Rural Areas

Session reference: 4AV.1.7
Hana MANDOVA
University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

European Steel Industry and Emission Reductions by 2020, 2030 and 2050 - The Role of Bioenergy and Carbon Capture and Storage

Session reference: 4AV.1.8
Lydia JOWITT
Oxford University, UNITED KINGDOM

Replacing Traditional Biomass for Biogas in Rural Communities in Nepal: Lessons Learned from the Chinese Model

Session reference: 4AV.1.12
Daniel COHEN SALGADO
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Institute of Research in Ecosystems and Sustainability- Bioenergy Lab, MEXICO

Technical and Economic Barriers to Produce Biofuels from the Forests: a Case-By-Case Study in Mexico

Session reference: 4AV.1.17
Dominik RUTZ
WIP Renewable Energies, Unit Bioenergy & Bioeconomy, GERMANY

The Creation of Bioenergy Villages in Southeastern Europe - Results from The Biovill Project in Macedonia and Slovenia

Session reference: 4AV.1.18
Francis X. JOHNSON
Stockholm Environment Institute, SWEDEN

Development Pathways for the Bioeconomy: Policies, Institutions and Governance

Session reference: 4AV.1.19
Besmir BURANAJ HOXHA
Petro Fluids LLC, none, USA

Alternative Methods to Kosovo’s Cancerous Energy Source - How Can Kosovo Re-Utilize its Lignite and Mitigate Dependency via Green Energy Techniques

Session reference: 4AV.1.23
Wolter ELBERSEN
Wageningen Research, Food and Biobased Products Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

To Be or Not to Be a Biobased Commodity

Session reference: 4AV.1.25
Monday, 14 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
15:15 - 16:45
Session code: 4AV.3 Sustainability criteria and socio-economic assessments in bioenergy and bieoeconomy
Session Description

This session presents different methods and use of criteria for sustainability assessment of bioenergy and bioeconomy projects in different regions of the world.



Chairpersons:


Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ , Stockholm Environment Institute - Africa Centre c/o World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Centre for Environmental Policy, KENYA





PRESENTERS
Uwe R. FRITSCHE
IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY

The New IEA Bioenergy Technology Roadmap: a Step Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy?

Session reference: 4AV.3.1
Evelyne THIFFAULT
Laval University, Wood and Forest Science, CANADA

Uncharted Territories: Perceptions and Expectations Towards Bioenergy in Canada

Session reference: 4AV.3.2
Hannah WANJIRU
Stockholm Environment Institute, KENYA

Charcoal Production in Kenya. Ensuring Sustainability in Hotspots Areas

Session reference: 4AV.3.4
Moritz WAGNER
University of Hohenheim, Institute of Crop Science (340b), GERMANY

Assessing the Sustainability of Miscanthus Biomass Production on Marginal Land

Session reference: 4AV.3.6
Miravo RAKOTOVAO
FRANCE

Developing a Socio-Economic Framework for the Assessment of Rural Biorefinery Projects

Session reference: 4AV.3.8
Lorena AMAYA
CIATEJ, Industrial Biotechnology, MEXICO

Sustainability Analisys as a Tool to Determine the Role of Biorefineries In High Value Bioproducts and Biofuels Production Based on Lignocellulosic Biomass

Session reference: 4AV.3.9
Charlotte STEAD
University of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM

An Appraisal Comparison of Locomotives Powered by Biodiesel and Electricity: an Indian Railways Case Study

Session reference: 4AV.3.10
Manuela CZINAR
Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Sustainability Assessment and Monitoring of Biomass Production: the Case of Planted Forests in Brazil

Session reference: 4AV.3.12
Sofia POULIKIDOU
Chalmers University of Technology, SWEDEN

A Comparative Assessment of Current and Future Fuels for the Transport Sector

Session reference: 4AV.3.14
Gerfried JUNGMEIER
Joanneum Research Centre, Research Centre for Climate, Energy and Environment, AUSTRIA

Social Life Cycle Assessment (s-LCA) for Advanced Biofuel from Waste Wood Integrated in the Steel Industry

Session reference: 4AV.3.16
Hans LANGEVELD
Biomass Research, THE NETHERLANDS

A New Approach to Evaluate iLUC and Indirect Effects Using Statistics on Crop Cultivation, Land Use, Trade and Deforestation - Examples from the US

Session reference: 4AV.3.18
Ying XU
DENMARK

Assessment of Economic Viability and Yield Stability of Combined Food and Energy Production System (CFE) in Denmark

Session reference: 4AV.3.20
Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ
Stockholm Environment Institute - Africa Centre c/o World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Centre for Environmental Policy, KENYA

Gender Inclusion in Bioenergy. A Case Study in Jaen, Spain

Session reference: 4AV.3.21
Monday, 14 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
17:00 - 18:30
Session code: 4AV.6 Assessment of bioenergy actions and biomass use on climate impact
Session Description

This session contains an overview on innovative public and private strategies supporting biomass valorisation and bioproducts development at large scale. This session covers also aspects on resource efficient value chains, socio-economic and climate impacts at system level.



Chairpersons:


Daniel MARAVER DE LEMUS , European Commission - INEA, H2020 Energy Research, BELGIUM





PRESENTERS
Bin MEI
University of Georgia, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources, USA

Burning Wood Pellets for US Electricity Generation? A Regime Switching Analysis

Session reference: 4AV.6.3
Telse VOGEL
GERMANY

How to Enhance the Economic Viability of Straw Based Heating Plants in Germany?

Session reference: 4AV.6.4
Jan WEGER
Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape, Phytoenergy and Biodiversity Dpt., CZECH REPUBLIC

Evaluation of Competitiveness of Locally Available Biomass for Decentralized Space Heating In Villages and Small Towns

Session reference: 4AV.6.5
Thomas HORSCHIG
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Market Share Estimation of Biomethane and Promising Business Opportunities in Germany Using a System Dynamics Modelling Approach

Session reference: 4AV.6.7
Evert Jan HENGEVELD
Hanze University of Applied Sciences / University of Groningen, Hanze Research Centre Energy, THE NETHERLANDS

Potential Advantages in Heat and Power Production when Biogas is Collected from Several Digesters Using Dedicated Pipelines - A Case Study in the Province of West-Flanders (Belgium)

Session reference: 4AV.6.8
Isabela BUTNAR
University Colleege London, Institute for Sustainable Resources, UNITED KINGDOM

Climate vs Biomass Sustainability Targets: Are They Compatible under a Well Below 2 °C Trajectory?

Session reference: 4AV.6.9
Enrico CEOTTO
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Research Centre for Agriculture and Environment, ITALY

The Importance of Quantifying Soil Carbon Storage at Outset of Perennial Energy Crops: a Case Study.

Session reference: 4AV.6.12
Pedro HARO
Universidad de Sevilla, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, SPAIN

Evaluation of the Climate Benefit in Complex Biorefinery Systems: when a Dynamic Modeling Becomes Crucial

Session reference: 4AV.6.13
Chuan WANG
Swerea MEFOS, SWEDEN

Life Cycle Co2 Emission Reduction in Nordic Integrated Steel Plant by Applying Biomass-Based Reducing Agents

Session reference: 4AV.6.14
Katja OEHMICHEN
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Climate Impact of Advanced Aviation Fuels Based on Hydrogenated Vegetable Oils

Session reference: 4AV.6.15
Stefan MAJER
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY

Carbon Footprinting for Biomethane in the EU RED and EU ETS Context

Session reference: 4AV.6.17
Concetta LODATO
Technical University of Denmark, Environmental Engineering Dp., DENMARK

A Bioenergy Integrated System with a Process Oriented Lca Modelling Approach

Session reference: 4AV.6.18
Carlos CHERNICHARO
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG), Department of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering, BRAZIL

Assessing Carbon Footprint af a Full-Scale Anaerobic-Based Sewage Treatment Plant

Session reference: 4AV.6.19
George GIAKOUMAKIS
Univ. Piraeus, Research Center, Industrial Management and Technology, GREECE

Torrefied Medical Cotton Waste for Industrial Liquid Waste Cleaning

Session reference: 4AV.6.23
Lars ROHOLD
Scanship, Aquaculture, NORWAY

Will Dried Sludge from Fish Farming Become a Contributor or Competitor to the Utilization of Municipal Sludge?

Session reference: 4AV.6.24
Anders Michael FREDENSLUND
Roskilde University, DENMARK

Remote sensing quantification of methane emissions from 10 biogas plants in Denmark and Germany

Session reference: 4AV.6.25
Claudia OEHMKE
University Greifswald, Institute of Botany and Landscape Ecology, GERMANY

Combustion Quality of Paludi Pellets after DIN EN 14961-6 from rewetted fens in Northeastern Germany

Session reference: 4AV.6.29
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
15:15 - 16:45
Session code: 4BV.6 Environmental impacts of bioenergy: new analyses
Session Description

This session presents methods and frameworks for sustainability assessment of biomass systems as well as environmental, ecosystem and climate impacts of bioenergy systems.



Chairpersons:


Patricia THORNLEY , SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Enrico CEOTTO
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Research Centre for Agriculture and Environment, ITALY

Biochar Application on the Energy Grass Giant Reed: Yield and Nitrogen Uptake

Session reference: 4BV.6.1
Alessandro SUARDI
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Centro di ricerca Ingegneria e Trasformazioni Agroalimentari, ITALY

Environmental Impacts and Economic Performance of Major Oil Crops in Italy

Session reference: 4BV.6.2
Anna DUDEN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Impact of Wood Pellet Demand on Biodiversity in the Southeastern US

Session reference: 4BV.6.3
Martina HAASE
KIT, ITAS, GERMANY

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of the Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass for the Production of Fuel, Electricity and Heat

Session reference: 4BV.6.6
Ichrak LAKHDHAR
University Laval, Wood Science and Forestry, CANADA

An Expert Knowledge Approach for Designing Sustainable Forest Biomass Supply Chains

Session reference: 4BV.6.7
Charlotte WEAVER
UNITED KINGDOM

The Impacts of Large-Scale Bioenergy on Global Spatial Patterns of Land Use Change and Climate over the Next Century

Session reference: 4BV.6.10
Raghu KC
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND

Exploring the Potential Biomass Trade from North America to Northern Europe and Subsequent Environmental Consequences

Session reference: 4BV.6.11
Alessandro AGOSTINI
ENEA Research Centre, DTE-BBC-BBE, ITALY

Life Cycle Assessment of Bioenergy Systems: the Lack of Consistency Checks at the Roots of Divisive Results

Session reference: 4BV.6.14
Nadia CERONE
ENEA Research Centre, Technical Unit for Trisaia Technologies, ITALY

Life Cycle Assessment of Hydrogen Production from Biorefinery Residues

Session reference: 4BV.6.15
Claudia BULGHERONI
European Commission, JRC, Directorate C - Energy, Transport & Climate, ITALY

Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Bioenergy: a Systematic Review on the Effects of Bioenergy Production on Relevant Ecosystems

Session reference: 4BV.6.16
Guido REINHARDT
IFEU-Institut Heidelberg, Biomass & Food, GERMANY

Camelina and Crambe vs. Tropical Oil Crops: What Are the Environmental Benefits?

Session reference: 4BV.6.17
Wibke BAUMGARTEN
FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, EU/International Affairs, GERMANY

How to Meet Challenges of Emission Control for Biomass Combustion in Small and Medium Scale Applications in Germany

Session reference: 4BV.6.19
Pedro HARO
Universidad de Sevilla, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, SPAIN

Study of the Potential Ecological Risk of Heavy Metals in the Residue from Thermal Conversion of a Sewage Sludge

Session reference: 4BV.6.23
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: 20
17:00 - 18:30
Biomass strategies and policies
Session code: 4BO.15 Biomass strategies and policies
Session Description

The session provides overviews on biofuel supplies as well as biomass uptake in different application sectors, focusing each analysis at national and European level, and puts biomass policies and strategies in an international perspective, providing the greatest potential for biomass usage and explaining how the opportunities differ based on geographic location.



Chairpersons:


Martin JUNGINGER , Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS





Birger KERCKOW , FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, European and International Cooperation, GERMANY





PRESENTERS
Chris MALINS
Cerulogy - Ideas for a sustainable future, UNITED KINGDOM

Building the Perfect Beast: Designing Alternative Fuel Policy to Work

Session reference: 4BO.15.1
Alessandro AGOSTINI
ENEA Research Centre, DTE-BBC-BBE, ITALY

EU Bioenergy Policy: a Wicked Problem?

Session reference: 4BO.15.2
David CHIARAMONTI
RE-CORD and Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Florence, Industrial Engineering Dpt., ITALY

Are New Policies Really Needed to Exploit Marginal Land in the EU? The Case of Biochar in Dry EU Med Areas

Session reference: 4BO.15.3
Daniela THRÄN
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Modelling Least-Cost Deployment of Biofuels for Achieving Climate Targets in Germany under the Renewable Energy Directive II-Proposal

Session reference: 4BO.15.4
Kees KWANT
Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RVO, THE NETHERLANDS

The Role of Industrial Biorefineries in a Low-Carbon Economy

Session reference: 4BO.15.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
08:30 - 10:00
Market implementation, investments & financing
Session code: 4CO.2 Market implementation and financing
Session Description

This session is focusing on enabling policies for market introduction of biofuels, biomass heating and biogas.



Chairpersons:


Giuliano GRASSI , Secretary General, European Biomass Industry Association, BELGIUM





Kees KWANT , Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RVO, THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Manjola BANJA
European Commission, JRC, Renewable and Energy Efficiency, ITALY

Support Schemes and Measures Enabling the Use of Biomass for Energy in the EU

Session reference: 4CO.2.1
Ralph-Uwe DIETRICH
German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, GERMANY

Economic and Environmental Prospects of Biofuels in the European Transport Sector

Session reference: 4CO.2.2
Julia HANSSON
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Findings from a Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis of Biofuels and other Renewable Fuels for the Maritime Sector

Session reference: 4CO.2.3
Dimitrios SIDIRAS
University of Piraeus, Industrial Management and Technology Dpt., GREECE

Assessing the Risk Appetite of EU Bioenergy and Unconventional Gas Shareholders on Regulatory Changes

Session reference: 4CO.2.4
Tobias ZIMMER
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute for Industrial Production (IIP), GERMANY

Export of Regular and Torrefied Wood Pellets from Chile to Europe And Asia

Session reference: 4CO.2.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
10:15 - 12:35
BIOMASS POLICIES, MARKETS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Session code: CP.1 Innovation and Integration
Session Description

Starting from energy crop potentials in the USA, this plenary session addresses recent advances in innovative technologies that are having a significant impact in the fields of biorefining, pyrolysis, hydrothermal liquefaction and biomass combustion, and provides examples of technology integration and bio-products, including drop-in fuels, biomethane and hydrogen H2.



Chairpersons:


David CHIARAMONTI , RE-CORD and Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Florence, Industrial Engineering Dpt., ITALY





Solange MUSSATTO , Technical University of Denmark, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability, DENMARK





PRESENTERS
Vance OWENS
South Dakota State University, North Central Sun Grant Center, USA

Potential Yield of Dedicated Energy Crops Across the Usa: Results and Outcomes of the Multi-Year Sun Grant Regional Feedstock Partnership

Session reference: CP.1.1
Antti ARASTO
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, FINLAND

The Role of Bioenergy in Future Energy System

Session reference: CP.1.2
Ed DE JONG
Avantium Chemicals BV, Vice President Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Zambezi Biorefinery: a Unique Process to Produce Pure Glucose, a Mixed Sugar Syrup and Lignin

Session reference: CP.1.3
Lars JÜRGENSEN
Aalborg University Esbjerg, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK

Large Scale Bio Energy Lab II: Integrated Biogas and Hydrogen Production, Novel Products & Energy Storage from Renewably Generated Electricity

Session reference: CP.1.4
Samir BINDER
Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, GERMANY

Why Intermediate Pyrolysis with Integrated Reforming Makes the Difference!

Session reference: CP.1.5
Steen Brummerstedt IVERSEN
Steeper Energy Aps, DENMARK

From Biomass Residues to Drop-In Diesel By Hydrofaction

Session reference: CP.1.6
Ingwald OBERNBERGER
Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA

Next Generation Fuel Flexible Residential Biomass Heating Based on an Extreme Air Staging Technology with Ultra-Low Emissions

Session reference: CP.1.7
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
13:30 - 15:00
Resource efficient bioeconomy
Session code: 4CO.6 Assessing the role and impact of biobased applications
Session Description

The session provides insights to both 'top down' and 'bottom up' methodological concepts as well as quantification challenges for the assessment of the role and impact of biobased applications at different governance levels in Europe and internationally.



Chairpersons:


Ioanna MOURATIADOU , Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS





Luc PELKMANS , CAPREA Sustainable Solutions, BELGIUM





PRESENTERS
Claudia PARISI
European Commission Joint Research Centre, D4 - Economics of Agriculture, SPAIN

The Challenge of Biomass Quantification for the Emerging Bio-Based Industry

Session reference: 4CO.6.1
Paul STEGMANN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

From Strategy to Practice: the Role of Bio-Refineries and Cascading in Regional Bioeconomy Clusters Compared to Strategies and Projections

Session reference: 4CO.6.2
Li SHEN
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

How Well are the Early-Stage Environmental Assessment Methods in Developing Novel Bio-Based Chemicals?

Session reference: 4CO.6.3
Martin JUNGINGER
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS

The Role of Renewable Jet Fuel in the Bio-Economy: the Techno-Economic Feasibility of Renewable Jet Fuel and its Potential to Reduce the Climate Impacts of Aviation

Session reference: 4CO.6.4
Daniel MARAVER DE LEMUS
European Commission - INEA, H2020 Energy Research, BELGIUM

Overview and current status of EU funded actions on Bio-fuelled Heating and Combined Heating & Power within the Energy Challenge of Horizon 2020

Session reference: 4CO.6.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
15:15 - 16:45
Sustainability and socio-economic aspects
Session code: 4CO.10 Applied sustainability criteria in Europe
Session Description

This session presents methods and frameworks related to different sustainability criteria applied in EU case studies on biomass and bioenergy.



Chairpersons:


Francis X. JOHNSON , Stockholm Environment Institute, SWEDEN





PRESENTERS
Thuy MAI-MOULIN
Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS

Towards Eu-­-Wide Harmonised Sustainability Requirements and Certification for All Bioenergy Sectors: Transport, Electricity and Heat

Session reference: 4CO.10.1
Ingo BALL
WIP Renewable Energies, Unit Bioenergy & Bioeconomy, GERMANY

The Babet Real 5 Project - Setting the Scene for a Really Sustainable Second Generation (2g) Bioethanol Production in Bavaria

Session reference: 4CO.10.2
Patricia THORNLEY
SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM

Multi-Criteria Assessment of Sustainability Aspects of Bioenergy from Contaminated Land in the UK

Session reference: 4CO.10.3
Davide TONINI
European Commission, JRC, SPAIN

On the Environmental Impacts of Food Waste: Case Study Results and LCA Methodological Challenges

Session reference: 4CO.10.4
Thomas HORSCHIG
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Governance of Sustainabilty during the Different Market Phases of German Biogas Sector Development

Session reference: 4CO.10.5
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
17:00 - 18:30
Sustainability and socio-economic aspects
Session code: 4CO.14 Beyond sustainability criteria in bioenergy and bioeconomy
Session Description

This session presents additional considerations on sustainability criteria for bioenergy and bioeconomy in Europe and other regions of the world.



Chairpersons:


Alexa LUTZENBERGER , ALRENE, GERMANY





Patricia THORNLEY , SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Birka WICKE
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Bioenergy and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Session reference: 4CO.14.1
Jinke VAN DAM
Jinke van Dam Consultancy, THE NETHERLANDS

The Effectiveness and Legitimacy of Novel Regional and Landscape-Based Approaches to Govern the Sustainability of Bioenergy and Biomaterials Supply Chains

Session reference: 4CO.14.2
Stefan MAJER
DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY

Gaps and Research Demand Analysis from Current Certification and Standardisation in a Sustainable Biobased Economy

Session reference: 4CO.14.3
Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ
Stockholm Environment Institute - Africa Centre c/o World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Centre for Environmental Policy, KENYA

Beyond Job Creation. Socio-Economic Assessment in the Bioeconomy

Session reference: 4CO.14.4
Lucile GODARD
Agro-Transfert Ressources et Territoires, FRANCE

Biomass Supply Chains Development in Rural Areas: How to Take Public Stakeholders’ Needs and Expectations into Account?

Session reference: 4CO.14.5
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
09:00 - 10:30
Climate impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.2 Climate impacts of bioenergy
Session Description

This session aims to stimulate discussion on the climate impacts of bioenergy systems, including evaluations of the benefits from innovative actions and systems.



Chairpersons:


Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ , Stockholm Environment Institute - Africa Centre c/o World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Centre for Environmental Policy, KENYA





Guido REINHARDT , IFEU-Institut Heidelberg, Biomass & Food, GERMANY





PRESENTERS
Mirjam ROEDER
University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

The Consistency of Carbon Budgets of Forest Bioenergy Systems with the UK’s Cumulative Emission Budget

Session reference: 4DO.2.1
Sierk DE JONG
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Quantifying the Climate Impact of Bioenergy Production Systems Over Time

Session reference: 4DO.2.2
Brendan JORDAN
Great Plains Institute, USA

Capture and Removal of CO2 from the US Ethanol Industry

Session reference: 4DO.2.3
Zuzhang XIA
FAO, ITALY

Greening the Charcoal Value Chain to Mitigate Climate Change

Session reference: 4DO.2.4
Steef HANSSEN
Radboud University, Environmental Science Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

The Climate Change Impact of Second-Generation Bioenergy

Session reference: 4DO.2.5
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
10:45 - 12:15
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.5 Bioenergy: Impacts on soils and air pollution
Session Description

The section presents and discusses new research on soil and air quality impacts of bioenergy.



Chairpersons:


Jacopo GIUNTOLI , European Commission, JRC, Italy - International Council on Clean Transportation, Washington, DC, USA





Berien ELBERSEN , Alterra, Alterra-Earth Informatics, THE NETHERLANDS





PRESENTERS
Lydia FRYDA
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Bioenergy and Energy Efficiency, THE NETHERLANDS

Environmental Impact Assessment of Combined Biochar & Bioenergy Production

Session reference: 4DO.5.1
Wolter ELBERSEN
Wageningen Research, Food and Biobased Products Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Using Digestate as Organic Fertilizer: Perspectives and Limitations

Session reference: 4DO.5.2
Olli SIPPULA
University of Eastern Finland, Environmental and Biological Sciences Dpt., FINLAND

Particulate and Gas Emissions of a Fast-Pyrolysis Bio-Oil Operated District Heating Boiler

Session reference: 4DO.5.3
Blanca CORONA
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Life Cycle Assessment of Waste Wood Combustion -The Effect of Additives to Reduce Corrosion Problems in Heat and Power Generation

Session reference: 4DO.5.4
Céline LE DREFF LORIMIER
CSTB, CAPE/VAC, FRANCE

Impact of the Use of Wood Stoves on Indoor Air Content of Particles, Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen Oxides

Session reference: 4DO.5.5
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
13:30 - 15:00
Environmental impacts of bioenergy
Session code: 4DO.8 Impacts from agricultural and forest bioenergy: new analysis
Session Description

This session presents new research results on bioenergy from agriculture and forest landscapes, in particular regarding environmental assessment of options for biomass integration in industrial processes.



Chairpersons:


Mirjam ROEDER , University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM





Steve CROXTON , Uniper Technologies, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Ivan VERA
Copernicus institute of sustainable development, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS

Analysing the Spatial Variation of Environmental Impacts from Sugarcane Expansion in Sao Paulo State, Brazil

Session reference: 4DO.8.1
Marco COLANGELI
GBEP - FAO, Climate and Environment Dpt., ITALY

GBEP Indicators to Monitor and Enhance Bioenergy Sustainability in Vietnam and Paraguay

Session reference: 4DO.8.2
Emanuela MELIS
University of Cagliari, Department of Machanical, Chemical and Materials Engineering, ITALY

Life Cycle Assessment of Wood-Energy Supply Chains in Mediterranean Forests

Session reference: 4DO.8.3
Rafael CAPAZ
State University of Campinas, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FEM), BRAZIL

Life Cycle Assessment of Renewable Jet Fuel from Ethanol: an Analysis from Consequential and Attributional Approaches

Session reference: 4DO.8.4
Sylvestre NJAKOU DJOMO
Aarhus University, Agroecology Dpt., DENMARK

Energy Efficiencies, Energy Ratios, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Integrated and Non-Integrated Grass Refinery Systems

Session reference: 4DO.8.5

Please note that this Programme may be subject to alteration and the organisers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.