EU-India Stakeholder Group on Advanced biofuels

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Under the auspices of the EU-India Clean Energy and Climate Partnership, a project funded by the European Union

[February 2023 – December 2024]

Eric van den Heuvel will participate as an individual expert in the Stakeholder Group on Advanced Biofuels (SGAB). The stakeholder group has been established on 8 February 2023 in Bengaluru, India, under the auspices of the EU-India Clean Energy and Climate Partnership. The stakeholder group consists of eight European and eight Indian experts with different expertise in the field of advanced biofuels for transport (road, aviation, shipping). The European team is chaired by Dr. Kyriakos Maniatis.

The stakeholder group will discuss about priority topics for enhanced EU-India cooperation in view of addressing barriers for further deployment of advanced biofuels, promoting innovation, ensuring feedstock supply and identify research areas of mutual interest. The key objective of the SGAB will be to exchange information and work together to promote sustainable advanced biofuels in both India and the EU.

In the course of 2023 and 2024 several task groups will carry out and specific assessments and report their progress and findings in the three SGAB-meetings that will be planned every six months.


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