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.
Lessons Learned – Biofuels
This project examined the technical, economic, societal and political reasons underlying the past and ongoing booms and busts cycles of biofuel technologies development, demonstration, deployment and replication. The aim was to identify key factors for technology successes and the best policy framework conditions as well as the measures for stimulating increased future markets for production and consumption of sustainable transport biofuels.
Management of Biogenic CO2: BECCUS Inter-task Phase 2
This project, which comprises eight working packages, aims to: facilitate cross-Task, crossTCP and cross-sector learning on bio-CCUS; shed light on (bio)energy system integration of bio-CCUS; and address CO2 mitigation potential of bio-CCUS. It will allow for a more systemic consideration of how to take different BECCUS applications to deployment, thereby building upon, but going beyond, Phase 1.
Synergies of Green Hydrogen and Bio-Based Value Chains Deployment
The objective of this 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. The focus will be on value chains directly linked to bioenergy, i.e., biomass as a source of hydrogen and bio-based processes consuming electrolytic hydrogen.