Biomass Mobilisation, Innovation and Strategy Course
April 2021 – June 2021
Scaling up sustainable bio-feedstock supply chains is a big challenge for many companies and organisations in the transition to the circular bioeconomy. This is touching on different parts and dimensions of innovation. It is about identifying bio-feedstock potential that does not harm but strengthen biodiversity and contributes to carbon sequestration, logistic challenges, transparency, technical innovations and cooperation.
In four masterclasses, organised by the Platform Duurzame Biobrandstoffen, it is examined how to identify and develop sustainable bio-feedstock supply chains for biorefineries. The purpose of the BioMob is to create a network of frontrunners in sustainable bio-feedstock mobilisation. There is a focus on different approaches for biomass mobilisation and dimensions of innovation such as governance, logistics, commodities, policies and revenue models. The three masterclasses looked into the following bio-feedstock strategies: