5 – Analysis of technical and institutional frameworks

Contents.

In this research line, we aim to develop an overall method to support the development of inclusive, sustainable, bio-based value chains for maritime shipping fuels.

As an aggregated result, we further identify the opportunities and threats for the development of sustainable, inclusive biobased value chains for maritime shipping. This will be done both at large scale (global supply chains) and small-scale (local supply chains). Value chain development is aligned with traceability, regulations and sustainability standards. Synergies are identified for optimal value chain development. This will aggregate to a ‘proof of principle’ of a socially inclusive value chain and Biohub concept.

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Expected Results

  • Proof of principle of fully inclusive maritime biofuel value chain.
  • Model for constructive design of socially inclusive value chains.

Related Publications

2019

Moncada, Jorge A; Verstegen, Judith A; Posada, John A; Junginger, Martin; Lukszo, Zofia; Faaij, André; Weijnen, Margot

Exploring the emergence of a biojet fuel supply chain in Brazil: An agent-based modeling approach Journal Article

In: GCB Bioenergy, 11 (6), pp. 773-790, 2019.

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2018

Moncada, J A; Verstegen, J A; Posada, J A; Junginger, M; Lukszo, Z; Faaij, A; Weijnen, M

Exploring policy options to spur the expansion of ethanol production and consumption in Brazil: An agent-based modeling approach Journal Article

In: Energy Policy, 123 , pp. 619-641, 2018, ISSN: 0301-4215.

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Kamali, Farahnaz Pashaei; Borges, João Augusto Rossi; Osseweijer, Patricia; Posada, John A

Towards social sustainability: Screening potential social and governance issues for biojet fuel supply chains in Brazil Journal Article

In: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 92 , pp. 50-61, 2018, ISSN: 1364-0321.

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Researchers.

Susan van der Veen, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Susan van der Veen, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Prof. dr. Patricia Osseweijer

Full Professor of Biotechnology & Society, Section Leader
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Prof. dr. Patricia Osseweijer

Full Professor of Biotechnology & Society, Section Leader
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. John Posada Duque

Assistant professor of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. John Posada Duque

Assistant professor of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. Lotte Asveld

Assistant professor of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. Lotte Asveld

Assistant professor of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Sivaramakrishnan Chandrasekaran, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

Sivaramakrishnan Chandrasekaran, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate of Biotechnology & Society
Section Biotechnology & Society Faculty of Applied Sciences Delft University of Technology

dr. Luis Cutz

Postdoctoral Researcher
Section Large-Scale Energy storage Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering Delft University of Technology

dr. Luis Cutz

Postdoctoral Researcher
Section Large-Scale Energy storage Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering Delft University of Technology

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