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  • Roger Kilburn, IBioIC

Scotland’s location and geography provides competitively priced, green, renewable energy from wind which, has the potential to power biorefineries across a number of key resource streams, including agricultural and forestry biomasses, whisky co-products, and carbon dioxide. This provides both the feedstock and the energy required to utilise IB to manufacture useful products and drive Scotland’s transition to a low-carbon future.

IBioIC are assembling a body of evidence to demonstrate Scotland’s global competitiveness in biorefining and attracting inward investment, highlighting the potential to utilise over 27million tonnes of biobased waste and coproduct feedstock arisings per year.

This presentation will detail how IBioIC is facilitating the development of symbiotic relationships between Scotland’s feedstock, infrastructure and innovative biorefining technologies to build new value chains and position Scotland as a key player in a global bioeconomy.

  • Date:Tuesday, July 9
  • Time:8:45 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Location:318
  • Session Type:Company and Technical Presentation
  • BIO Track:New Frontiers in Bioenergy
Roger Kilburn