February 2014

HPI Focus: The Green Refinery

A biofuels roadmap for Europe to 2030

What will the transport sector use as an energy source in 2030? If you answered gas, electricity or hydrogen, you could be on the right track. These sources are becoming increasingly useful to meet cl..

Bauen, A., E4tech

What will the transport sector use as an energy source in 2030? If you answered gas, electricity or hydrogen, you could be on the right track. These sources are becoming increasingly useful to meet clean energy requirements. Yet, future energy scenarios, such as the International Energy Agency’s World Energy Outlook, predict that liquid fuels will still be the main energy provider for transportation for decades to come, especially with regard to the aviation and road trucking sectors. Biofuel—the other option Biofuels can offer a way to produce transport fuels from renewable organic materials that can be readily integrated in existing (or slightly adapted) vehicles and infrastr

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