4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Bio-Energy Research (ICRABR)
Energy security and environment protection are major challenges faced all across the globe due to exhaustive use of fossil-fuel sources. There is a need to shift the current energy spectrum to renewable energy by creating advanced technologies for utilizing renewable resources (agro/forestry biomass) appropriately for sustainable development. The research activities bioethanol, biomethanation, biohydrogen, bio-refinery, biomass-derived electrodes for energy generation, biomass gasification, biomass cookstove, carbonaceous materials etc. are gaining unprecedented attention worldwide due to their potential in finding replacement of fossil fuels.
SSS-NIBE has been actively working in the field of biomass and bioenergy and has organized three Conferences on ‘Recent Advances in Bio-energy Research’ since 2011; these covered government policies, field experiences, and R&D efforts in the development and promotion of bio-energy in India. The conferences in the past have witnessed enthusiastic participation from academics, scholars, industries and policymakers. As part of our efforts to extend the global scope of these conferences, the fourth “International Conference on Recent Advances in Bio-energy Research-2023” (ICRABR-2023) will be organized during October 9 – 12, 2023.
The conference ICRABR 2023 intends to bring together academics, researchers, government officials, industry representatives, entrepreneurs, and policymakers from all parts of the world, to interact, share cutting-edge research, successful case studies, and state-of-the-art practices in the biomass and bioenergy sector, including supply chain management, financing, sustainability (techno-economics/environmental/social), Carbon Neutrality, and policy aspects. The conference is designed to explore the research activities in the areas of bio-energy including biogas, bio-hydrogen, biodiesel, bioethanol, fuel cell, biomass-derived electrodes for energy generation, biomass gasification and biomass cookstoves, and carbonaceous materials.
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