Bioenergy for High Temperature Heat in Industry
This inter-Task project, involving Tasks 32, 33, 34, 36 and 40, will result in four separate case study reports that illustrate good examples of integration of bioenergy in industry for the delivery of high temperature heat, and a policy strategy report that provides information on market opportunities/potential and effective ways to address existing technical and non-technical barriers
Renewable gas ‐ deployment, markets and sustainable trade
The main objective of the project is to see greater deployment of renewable gases and to underpin their sustainability. Collaboration is foreseen with IEA GHG, IEA Hydrogen, EC DG ENER and the JRC, and industrial partners. The project is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2021
The Role of Bioenergy in a WB2/SDG world
This 3-year project started in the first quarter of 2019 and includes four activity areas. Studies are underway, including one on ‘forests as long term C sinks’ which will address the view that forests should remain uncut. The project is expected to be completed in the 4th quarter of 2021.
Deployment of BECCUS value chains
The IEA Bioenergy inter-task project on Deployment of BECCUS Value Chains analyzes technological, political and economic aspects related to near- to medium term deployment of systems used for capture and utilization or storage of biogenic CO2.