Certification schemes for energy crops and good practices from the field – BIKE Webinar

The BIKE consortium is happy to announce its first webinar, taking place on the 7th of December 2022.

Certification schemes for energy crops are essential to prove that they are grown in a sustainable way, without causing any harm to the environment. Such crops can then be used in advanced biofuel production, thus truly helping the decarbonization of the transport sector.

The BIKE project deals precisely with these topics and invites you to a panel debate where our experts will guide you through the Certification Scheme for low-ILUC risk crops developed in BIKE, and the different crop options for such cultivations.


10:30 Introduction (RE-CORD)
10:45 The certification scheme developed in BIKE (ISCC)
11:10 Crop options and sustainable Value chains (UPM, ENI, CRES)
11:50 Conclusions and Q&A
12:00 End of the webinar

You can register to the webinar HERE

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