Flexible Bioenergy and System Integration

Roles of Bioenergy Technologies in Energy System Pathways Towards a WB2/SDG World

Photo of the workshop

 

In November 2019, 44 experts and stakeholders gathered at a workshop dedicated to the “Roles of bioenergy technologies in energy system pathways towards a WB2/SDG world” in Berlin, Germany. The workshop was organized within the scope of the Inter-Task project “Role of Bioenergy in a WB2/SDG world” involving Tasks 40, 43, 44 and 45. Attendees gave presentations, discussed and distributed expert knowledge on recent scenarios relating to the contribution of bioenergy and associated technologies to achieving the reductions in greenhouse gas emissions that are needed to meet the “Well Below 2 °C” (WB2) target while simultaneously contributing to other Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) objectives.

The studies presented covered a regional to global scale and focused on single or multiple energy sectors. Common and contrasting features were identified and discussed along with the challenges and opportunities associated with different bioenergy implementation strategies.The workshop report for this event can be found here: Roles of bioenergy in energy system pathways towards a “well-below-2-degrees-Celsius (WB2)” world

Presentations:

Programme

1_1_Daioglou_Introduction_IAMs

1_2_Creutzig_Introduction_Dialogue

1_2_Johnsson_Introduction_Dialogue

2_1_Portugal_Pereira_Megaregion_Brazil

2_2_Langholtz_Megaregion_US

2_3_Schipfer_Megaregion_EU

2_4_Leduc_Megaregion_Europe

3_1_Lehtveer_Countries_Regions_in_Europe

3_2_Brown_Countries_UK

3_3_Lindroos_Countries_Finland

3_4_Millinger_Countries_Germany

3_5_Yuwono_Countries_Indonesia