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Market Uptake Support for Intermediate Bioenergy Carriers

Deliverables

Series of maps of regional bioenergy setting

Description, assessment and characterisation of the four case study regions. Will describe (a) biomass availability, (b) framework conditions (c) physical infrastructure (d) existing collaboration structures between prospective bioenergy supply chain stakeholders). Participating partners: DBFZ, BFR, CRES, CERTH, RE-CORD, ENI, BTL, GFN, TCT, AM, RENEWI, GOODFUELS, CLUBE Related to task: 5.2

Initial and final Communication and Dissemination plan

The Communication and Dissemination plan will include a strategy for communication and an approach for planning and monitoring dissemination activities (such as publication, conference presentations, social network activities, etc.). Participating partners: all Related to task: 8.6 First release due in M6. Updates every 6 months throughout the project lifetime (M12, M18, M24, M30) Final release in M36 will describe actual achievements as well as outline foreseen follow-up exploitation activities beyond the duration of the project

Set of stakeholder factsheets

Series of internal documents (one for each case study region), listing stakeholders who are the most interested to partake in the regional discourse. Participating partners: CRES, CERTH, RE-CORD, BFR, AM Related to task: T3.1

Engagement workshop format(s) and content

Report on the format and content of stakeholder engagement workshops. In each of the four case study regions 2-3 engagement workshops will be implemented (up to 10 in total). Aim is to bring together regional stakeholders, to discuss the survey and the (draft) questionnaire (Yr1), to examine “hard” and “soft” factors identified in T3.4 and T3.5 (Yr2) and to present the final analyses and region-specific recommendations (Yr3). Participating partners: BFR, CRES, CERTH, RE-CORD, AM Related to task: 3.7 Three releases of the deliverable are planned: in M6 (covering Yr1 workshops), M15 (covering Yr2 workshops) and M21 (covering Yr3 workshops).

Open Access Review Article

Article on “Breaking the Vicious Cycle of Innovative Technologies and Learning from Trans-disciplinary Supply Chain Methods”. Will assess (1) the “catch 22” problem of innovative technologies and (2) lessons from supply chain methods/strategies utilised in other markets and industries. Related to task: T3.2

PowerPoint presentations on lessons learned from earlier projects

Set of seven PowerPoint (PPT) presentations on lessons learned from earlier projects. The PPT presentations will (a) synthesise recent relevant results and findings of biomass mobilisation and logistics research and (b) describe recent experience and best-in-class examples of intermediate bioenergy carriers deployment and associated logistics. Participating partners: BFR, CRES, CERTH, and RE-CORD Related to task: 2.1

Inventory of software and tools for biomass sourcing and biomass supply chains

Review will cover software and tools, produced in other EU-funded projects, on biomass availability assessment and biomass mobilisation as well as models on regional biomass potential. Participating partners: CERTH, RE-CORD Related to task: 4.1

Project poster and roll-ups

Project poster and/or roll-ups will be developed for dissemination purposes at project events and other dissemination events (e.g. conferences). They will feature the project logo and project identity. Participating partners: WIP Related to task: 8.3

Project flyer

Flyer in English and in national languages. It will feature the project logo and project identity, and will include a short summary, main objectives and a list of partners of the project. Participating partners: BTG Related to task: 8.2

Stakeholder list (public edition)

Overview of (1) immediate and (2) broader stakeholders in the four case study regions. Containing only institutional data (company names & and official contacts Participating partners: BTG, BFR, CRES, CERTH, RE-CORD, ENI, BTL, GFN, TCT, AM, RENEWI, GOODFUELS, CLUBE Related to task: 3.1 Two releases of the overview are planned: an initial overview in M6 and an update in M18.

Project website

Website with general project info (objective, partners, demo cases). Will include repository for public deliverables, announcements of project events, reports on project activities etc. Participating partners: BTG Related to task: 8.1