f3 puts major emphasis on dissemination of results and findings. Find the latest reports, newsletters and other publications from f3 and the collaborative research program Renewable transportation fuels and systems (Förnybara drivmedel och system), as well as information on calendar events, here.

Posted: 2015-11-26 15:25
Category: News

Syngas is an important feedstock when producing many chemical products, but also gaseous biofuels and liquid biofuels. Its can also be used in turbines for efficient production of electricity and heat. A recently published f3 report, Synthesis gas from agricultural feedstock – a review of possible technical pathways, includes a review of the possibilities of converting agricultural feedstock to syngas via upgrading of biogas...

Posted: 2015-11-12 11:36
Category: News

A recent study, resulting in a new f3 report, indicates that there is a dominant focus on GHG (greenhouse gas) related impacts at the expense of other impact categories in environmental systems analyses (ESA) of Swedish biofuel.

This study set out to investigate whether or not there is a dominant focus on GHG related impacts by reviewing ...

Posted: 2015-10-23 10:38
Category: News

The Swedish public transport sector has defined two major targets, i.e., to run 90% of the total vehicle kilometers of the fleet on non-fossil fuels and double the volume of travel via public transport by 2020, increasing the share of public transport in relation to the total personal transport in the country . The f3 report Fuel options for public bus fleets in Sweden highlights the challenges and solutions encountered, particularly when it comes to the adoption of renewable fuels in the regional bus fleets. As a result of the efforts...

Posted: 2015-10-20 14:51
Category: News

The f3 project The method’s influence on climate impact assessment has discovered important differences in results when calculating carbon footprint depending on the method used for lifecycle analysis (LCA). While presenting preliminary results from the project during an open seminar, the project members also sought input and advice from the audience, representing both industry and academy.

The project team has carried out LCAs of five...

Posted: 2015-10-15 10:05
Category: News

Bioenergy is booming around the world and with the expansion comes exciting opportunities and some disturbing risks. Learning about bioenergy – from technologies, to resources, to policies – is important to the success and sustainability of the bioeconomy. Researchers Karin Willquist and Kes McCormick from Lund University recently published The ...

Posted: 2015-10-15 09:13
Category: News

Establishing an advanced European bioeconomy is an important step in achieving the transition towards sustainable development and away from fossil fuels. The bioeconomy can be defined as an economy based on the sustainable production and conversion of renewable biomass into a range of bio-based products, chemicals, and energy. Several strategies have been produced in Europe from different perspectives that outline visions, intentions, and recommendations for the transition to a bioeconomy

As part...

Posted: 2015-10-08 09:16
Category: News

Johanna Mossberg is the new f3 Centre manager as of September 15. Ingrid Nyström, who has held the post for five years, is now appointed Senior Advisor and will focus mainly on analyzes/syntheses of projects, f3s role as Swedish advocacy platform for Horizon 2020 and collaboration between the partner coordinators.

Heléne Johansson is also new at the f3...

Posted: 2015-09-22 14:01
Category: News

In its role as Swedish advocacy platform, f3 took part in the info day on the Horizon 2020 Work programme 2016-2017 ‘Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy’ in Brussels on September 14-15. In the biofuel sector four clearly relevant calls are present (LCE 08, 19, 20 & 22), but there are a number of other calls that might also be of relevance for actors in the biofuel sector. In addition to a presentation of the call contents, useful information on writing applications, on the importance of a carefully prepared...

Posted: 2015-09-02 09:08
Category: News

An ongoing f3 research project studies how forest products’ potential climate benefits depend on the carbon footprint methodology. Studied products include biofuels, textile fibers, building materials and chemicals.

The project participants, from SP, Chalmers and IVL, will host an open seminar on October 15 in Gothenburg, to give interested parties the opportunity to learn more about the project and discuss the future of carbon footprinting of forest products....

Posted: 2015-09-01 14:25
Category: Reports

Renewable energy use in the transportation sector will consist of a combination of renewable electricity and biofuels. Hence, biofuels can be expected to play an increasingly important role in the future energy supply for transportation. The potential for sustainable biofuels, based on available feedstock, can increase substantially compared to today, both in Sweden and globally, but is still limited compared to the amount of fossil gasoline and diesel currently used. Availability of sustainable biomass feedstock will therefore be crucial for a sustainable transportation sector.

This conclude Ingrid Nyström and...