IEA Bioenergy triannual online conference 2021
Bioenergy – A critical part of the path to carbon neutrality
The IEA Roadmap ‘Net Zero Emissions by 2050’ recognizes bioenergy as an important option, representing 18% of total energy supply in 2050, and playing a major role to reach carbon neutrality of the global energy system, either through the direct replacement of fossil fuels, or to offset emissions indirectly through the combined use of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage/utilisation.
An increasing role of biomass/biofuels would be needed in industry, transport as well as heat and power production. The conference sessions will consider latest developments and prospects of biomass/bioenergy in different sectors, as well as sustainable feedstock mobilisation and the role of biomass in a circular bio-economy.
There will be one or two sessions of 2 hours per day. On-line participation is free of charge, but pre-registration is required.
Agenda and registration
Task 44 hosts a session Bioenergy’s contribution to low-carbon energy systems on 7 Dec 2021, 2:00-4:00 pm UTC. The session presents technical options, expectations and success factors for flexible bioenergy, as well as exemplary cases providing flexibility or negative emissions.
Presentations of session Bioenergy’s contribution to low-carbon energy systems
Expectation from energy system transition on bioenergy, Ilkka Hannula
Bioenergy options to serve renewable energy system, Tilman Schildhauer
Bioenergy in a Virtual Power Plant Dispatch and ancillary services to stabilise the power grid, Alexander Krautz
Bio-CCS and bioenergy flexibility Finding the balance, Christiane Hennig
Bioenergy in a well below 2 degree world expectations and success factors for long-term evolution, Daniela Thrän
Recording and session highlights are available at the conference website.