Feedstock composition and system mass/energy balance. To determine feedstock composition and mass/energy balances to inform design specifications and reactor design limits. This task will also establish mass and energy balances for the system to understand flowrates, and process heat/cooling demands. Results and operational experience from a dedicated 30kg/h pilot plant at FRA will be used as guidelines for the design. To be carried out until M4. Refers to task 2.1
Map and quantification of all inputs and outputs for TCR 300 and integrated TCR/PSA/HDO plant. Data will be collected from demonstration-scale facilities (WP 3 and 4) to quantify relevant energy and material inputs and outputs of the TCR/PSA/HDO system and create an inventory referred to the functional unit. The data will be used to map the inputs and outputs of each process which will be used for the LCA modelling. This is to be completed between months 10-15. Refers to task 6.3
Definition of scope of sustainability metrics. The will define the scope of the LCA in order to determine the methods and the choices that will be adopted during the study. This is to be completed between months 5 and 10. Refers to task 6.2
Catalogue of regulatory issues. An intelligence and preparatory action aimed at collecting and sharing specific knowledge to better implement project actions and successful solutions delivered by the project in the follow up. The final output is a document and a highly informative, easy to use and simple database. The results will be instrumental to T8.2 and T8.3. This is to be completed in months 3 and 14. Refers to task 8.4
State of the art LCA model for TCR application selected. Establishment of state of the art LCA approaches applied to bio-refinery systems will be assessed and taken into consideration for the selection process. A full LCA review publication will be disseminated through this task. This will be completed between months 1 and 6. Refers to task 6.1
Map of scenarios for alternative use of feedstocks. Scenarios analysing of alternative uses of the feedstock will be generated together with the feedstock suppliers. This is to be completed between months 10-15. Refers to task 6.3
Description of consumer perceptions towards synthetic fuel products. A set of socio-economic indicators will be defined in order to evaluate the socio-economic impacts of the project. The methodology will be based on the Guidelines for Social Life Cycle Assessment developed by SETAC. This is to be completed between months 18 and 40. Refers to task 5.1
Website and social media feeds online. A project’s website will be published by month 3, in order to raise awareness about the project’s activities. All the website content will be promoted via social media (mainly linkedin and twitter) and electronic newsletter Social media engagement will be sought also through the launch of initiatives such as hashtags to engage with the general public, surveys and spontaneous public consultations among social media users (mainly Linkedin, Twitter). This will be completed between months 1 and 3 and refers to task 9.3
Visual identity and project branding material. All partners will be provided with these materials and will be asked to distribute it at events, workshops and all other opportunities to raise awareness on the project. This is to be completed between months 1 and 4 and refers to task 9.2
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Author(s): Hornung, A., Apfelbacher, A., Daschner, R., Jäger, N., Ouadi, M., Hornung, T., Möbus, M., de Wit, E., Capaccioli, S., Contin, A., Righi, S., Marazza, D., Miglio, R., Peltenburg, A., Tuck, C., Sijstermans, L., Bastos, J.
Published in: European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) 2018 Proceedings, Issue July 2018, annually, 2018, Page(s) 4
Author(s): Serena Righi, Filippo Baioli, Diego Marazza, Roberto Porcelli, Andrea Contin
Published in: Proceedings of the 12th Italian LCA Network Conference, Messina, 11-12th June 2018, Issue November 2018, Annually, 2018, Page(s) 10
Author(s): Robert Daschner, Thorsten Hornung, Miloud Ouadi, Christopher Tuck, Stefano Capaccioli
Published in: Impact, Issue 2018/6, 2018, Page(s) 73-75, ISSN 2398-7073