ADVANCEFUEL: New stakeholder consultation on good practices along the advanced fuels value chain

London – The ADVANCEFUEL project, which aims to find strategies to overcome or reduce barriers to the market up-take of advanced fuels (RESfuels), has published a new online stakeholder consultation. The consultation on good practises has been prepared and will be conducted by the Imperial College of London.

With this consultation market players in the transport fuel sector are asked to help shaping the project’s outputs by determining the environmental, economic, and socio-economic aspects of practices improving the operational aspects or the underlying policies of the value chain. Eventually, responses will be assessed and mentioned practices will be compared through qualitative mapping and statistical modelling. Your responses are confidential and will only be used for internal analyses. No individual data will be published.

Your feedback will contribute to identifying good practices for optimising the RESfuel value chain aiming, amongst others, to maximise investor confidence and market shares while committing to policy-led sustainability principles. Your experience and practical information is a key contributor in this effort and we would be grateful if you could fill out the following form.

Two questionnaires have been prepared with a slightly different focus: one will concentrate on the topics relevant for the operators while the other one is putting more emphasis on the corresponding political framework. The survey will end on 25 February. The new consultation can be found here. For any further questions please contact Thomas Christensen: thomas.christensen17@imperial.ac.uk.

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