Shaping the biomass energy discourse

Over a hundred registered participants joined last Friday’s free webinar…

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News | 2021-12-17

New comparison of biofuels can facilitate for decision-makers

Is there an optimal choice? A new study compares…

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News | 2021-08-23

Risks and opportunities when cities exchange biogas for electricity in public transport

What will happen with biogas when urban public transportation systems…

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News | 2021-06-21

Radical improvements in biojetfuel production technology

The technology for producing enough biofuel to meet the need…

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News | 2021-05-19

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f3 contributes, through scientifically based knowledge, to the development of environmentally, economically and socially sustainable renewable transportation fuels, as part of a future sustainable society and for the transition to a fossil independent vehicle fleet in 2030.

How we work

The Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels (f3) is a nationwide centre for collaboration between industry, academia, research institutes and authorities engaged in working towards a sustainable transport sector. The common starting point is that sustainable renewable transportation fuels play a key role in the transition.

f3 conducts system-oriented and interdisciplinary research in connection to every step of the renewable transportation fuel value chain. Together with the centre partners, f3 finances and carries through research projects, disseminates knowledge and engages in advocacy work.

The aim is to enhance the understanding for the need of a systems perspective on research and use of renewable sustainable transportation fuels among policymakers, business stakeholders, society and interest groups so that a fossil independent vehicle fleet can be realised – today, tomorrow and in the future.

Read more about f3

55 projects within the collaborative research program Renewable transportation fuels and systems
16 partner organisations
70 f3 projects
87 organisations with participation in projects
57 scientific publications
10 open conference events
10 years of cooperation