Prognos AG, Berlin/Basel, the Deutsche Biomasse Forschungszentrum DBFZ and UMSICHT were commissioned by the German mineral oil industry associations to draw up a study on the prospects of liquid energy sources in the energy transition.
This report outlines the various substrates and technologies for green gas production and examines how much natural gas can be replaced by green gas in specific countries.
This report by Task 33 of IEA Bioenergy provides an overview of gasification-based drop-in products for the production of sustainable fuels, chemicals and materials.
07-06-2022 | Platform Hernieuwbare Brandstoffen heeft in samenwerking met het Bio-LNG platform de minister en staatsecretaris voor Infrastructuur en Waterstaat, de heer Harbers en mevrouw Heijen, op de hoogte gebracht van de rol van groen gas in de vervoerssector.
Regina Goijen's presentation for the workshop Pathways to Sustainable Mobility 2050, organised on May 19th 2022 by PHB and Universiteit Utrecht.
The report of IEA Bioenergy, published in November 2021, discusses renewable gas in terms of the state of the industry and its future in a decarbonised world. The report provides an overview of the state of the art of the production and the current incentive systems used.
The report explores various transition paths, particularly in the industry, to find out the amount of climate neutral molecules that would be necessary towards 2050 if the energy and raw materials supply must be virtually emission-free.
This report by CE Delft explores the potential of local biomass and feeding locations of green gas in the Netherlands towards 2030. It analyses four different scenarios with different degrees of support policies and of upscaling and technology availability.
This report covers both the production of biomass feedstocks, as well as the conversion of these feedstocks to different energy vectors. It focusses on how innovation could bring down costs and reduce barriers to deploying technologies within the biomass and bioenergy sub-theme.
This report by the World Biogas Association aims to “highlight the potential of anaerobic digestion as a technology to generate renewable energy, abate GHG emissions and recover nutrients, as well as the role it can play in meeting the climate change targets.
CE Delft heeft, in samenwerking met andere bedrijven, “samen met de rijksoverheid” gekeken naar een slimmere inzet van biomassa. In de zomer van 2018 hebben de bedrijven het rapport overhandigd aan Ed Nijpels, voorzitter van het Klimaatberaad.