BECCS – Delivering negative emissions: implications for the (bio)energy system
BECCS and increased flexibility are expected to be two important characteristics of bioenergy facilities forming part of future low-carbon energy systems. To enable broad deployment and maximum climate change mitigation, it is thus important to evaluate their interactions, i.e., synergies and/or trade-offs. Interesting research questions are thus: 1) Where and how do BECCS and flexibility interact in bio-based value chains? 2) What are the implications for (bio)energy systems?
The poster, presented at the 30th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, discusses the before mentioned questions.
BECCS – Delivering negative emissions – implications for the (bio)energy system_EUBCE_2022