From left: Jörgen Larsson, Chalmers; Maria Wetterstrand, the Biojet Inquiry; Sören Eriksson, Preem; Ingrid Nohlgren, f3 and Anna Elofsson, PhD at Chalmers and secretary of the Biojet Inquiry. Standing on the right is presenter Maria Grahn, director of Chalmers’ Energy Area of Advance. Photo: Emmi Voogand, f3.

In March this year, the Biojet Inquiry presented a proposal to introduce a reduction obligation quota for the aviation sector, with the purpose of increasing drop-in biofuels in aviation fuel. On May 27, Maria Wetterstrand and Anna Elofsson from the Biojet Inquiry visited a lunch seminar at Chalmers to talk about how the work was carried through, e.g. how and why certain system boundaries were drawn when emissions were assessed, and which solutions would be applicable to reach targets of emission reductions.

A longer summary of the seminar is available in Swedish. The seminar was jointly arranged by Chalmers’ Areas of Advance Energy and Transport, respectively, and f3.

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