Inter-Task Project on hydrogen and bio-based value chains

The objective of the Inter-task project is to identify and assess synergies in the deployment of green hydrogen and bio-based value chains that can enhance the use of both energy carriers and the energy system under different conditions. Economics, sustainability, and infrastructural topics are addressed through Case Studies in order to increase visibility and knowledge of the promising solutions. The project aims at providing a synthesized view on promising value chains, major drivers and barriers for the deployment, and measures to overcome the barriers.

Duration: June 2022 – December 2024
Participating Tasks: 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 45
Project leads: Christiane Hennig and Tiia Kanto

Work Packages

Dissemination and Events

Expert workshop ‘Deployment perspective of green hydrogen from biomass and green hydrogen use in bio-based processes’, 29 March 2023, Berlin/hybrid

The expert workshop was organized by IEA Bioenergy Task 40 Deployment of biobased value chains in collaboration with 9 other IEA Bioenergy Tasks as a part of Work Package 1. Experts from IEA Bioenergy, Hydrogen and AMF TCPs, academia, industry presented overview on synergies of green hydrogen and bio-based value chains from different perspectives, introduced a set of specific case studies, and discussed the assessment framework of case studies.

Workshop summary and presentation are available here.