Upcoming Innovation in the bioeconomy

07/03/2018
On April 12, 2018, the event “Innovation in the bioeconomy: overcoming barriers for sustainable bio-based products and biofuels” organised by Greenovate!Europe will take place at the Hotel Marriott Renaissance, in Brussels.

The event will also present the results of the 3-year research ButaNexT project which aims to develop and validate a cheaper, more energy saving, social and environmentally-friendly integrated process, able to convert efficiently second generation sustainable feedstocks (lignocellulosic biomass and wastes) into biobutanol, and define optimal biobutanol blends with fossil fuels and conventional biofuels (ethanol and biodiesel).

The 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.

If you’re interested in how to improve the regulatory and market framework for the future bio-based solutions, do not hesitate to join the event.

What's on the agenda?

Have a look in the Agenda.

How to register?

Registration is free of charge but it is compulsory. You can do it in here.

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