The 29th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (the second in virtual form) has concluded, underlining once again the great attention given by the accademic and entreprenurial world to bioenergy and bioeconomy topics. Also this year, the biofuel topic has received a considerable attention and all the parties have underlined the importance of such renewable fuels for achieving the 2030 and 2050 targets.
In this context, Maurizio Cocchi from ETA Florence (DEC leader in BIKE) gave a presentation on the objectives and activities of the BIKE project.
You can retrieve the presentation here
You can access the recording here by registering at eubce with the free visitor pass. All the sessions of EUBCE, including those in free access, will remain available on the website until April 2022.
At EUBCE, BIKE was present also with a virtual exhibition booth where visitors could pose question to ETA staff and download the dissemination and communication material made available.