Workshops

AMBITION’s next event is a joint workshop with BRISK2 on 17 September 2019 at Aston University, focusing on Early Stage Techno-Economic Evaluation. To reserve an early-bird place at this event, please email ambition@aston.ac.uk with ‘TEA Workshop Registration’ in the subject line. 

Important: Please note, if you are a non EU student you will need a short term study visa to come to the UK. Please allow 3 months for this to be processed.

Agenda of the Ambition/BRISK2 and EERA Bioenergy Workshop

Early Stage Techno-economic Assessment

09:00 – 09:15  Welcome (A.V. Bridgwater, B. Wittgens)

09:15 – 10:00   Capital cost estimate of novel processes (A.V. Bridgwater)

10:00 – 12:30   Do we need new tools? (Introduction: N. Dahmen)
Workshop (including coffee break) on methodologies for tools on early stage assessment regarding indicators, sources and treatment of unerctainties in terms of capital & operational costs and market expectations.

12:30 – 13:00   Presentation of new EERA JP Bioenergy Sub-program on Sustainability/
Techno-Economic Analysis/Public Acceptance.

 13:00 – 14:00   Lunch and networking.

 14:00 – 16:00 What can we learn from case studies? Presentation and critical discussion of case studies on biorefinery technologies from AMITION, BRISK2 and other projects in two parallel sessions.

Introduction (N. Dahmen), Session A: Case study I + II, Session B: Case study III + IV

16:00 – 16:15   Wrap-up of the meeting presenting workshop and case study results and concluding on research demand and improvement of methodology

PREVIOUS AMBITION WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

May 2019 AMBITION ran a workshop and presentations on 30th May 2019 as part of the 27th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition in Lisbon, Portugal

SEPTEMBER 2018 AMBITION’s first open workshop took place in Trondheim, Norway. The event focused on energy system integration of bio-based fuels. Photos and presentations from the event are available to view and download below.
Trondheim Workshop Brochure Cover FINAL

This event  was a joint open workshop between two complementary projects – AMBITION and Bio4Fuels. The workshop provided an opportunity to exchange views, learn from each other and promote alignment in pursuit of high quality output from both projects.

Topics included future ambitions for liquid transport fuels, hydrogen as part of the future transport energy system, gasification beyond the state of the art and new approaches to process design.

Click the poster to read more and download the full brochure and programme.

Details of the next AMBITION workshop will be coming soon. Register your interest for a priority place by emailing ambition@aston.ac.uk