At EUBCE 2022 we aim demonstrate that sustainable biomass is the indisputable leading renewable energy source
Kyriakos Maniatis, PhD.
EUBCE Industry Track coordinator
Dear global bioeconomy stakeholder,
COP26 left some critical decisions for the future but it is undeniable that progress has been achieved and that renewables have been thrusted to the forefront. Biomass, in all its forms and services for the global consumer, will have to play a critical role in the decarbonisation process of the world economy.
While markets are reopening, biomass for services, products and energy face an uncertain future in various policy circles and is regularly criticised as not delivering due to lack of technological progress.
At EUBCE 2022 we aim to bring together leading scientists and academics, technology developers, industry representatives, market players and policy makers to counteract the criticism and demonstrate that sustainable biomass is the indisputable leading renewable energy source. Without its intensified deployment the Paris Agreement targets are simply unattainable.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought turmoil to all aspects of life. In Marseille, we will have the opportunity to meet in person and virtually. Join us to concretize solutions, demonstrate your leadership in your research and sector, and bolster your marketplace position. The EUBCE 2022 will support you in cementing new contacts with your peers and increase the visibility of your work in view of climate action.
In an effort to reach out and expand the outreach to the bioeconomy the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) and the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) joined forces with EUBCE.
We look forward to an exciting, informative, and fruitful conference and we hope to see you at EUBCE 2022.
Abstracts submission deadline extended to
Friday, 26 November 2021
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