Hydrogen in multi filling stations.

Car travels and paths to climate neutrality.

LBG in shipping.

Efficient use of biomass.

Biofuels from fast-growing decidous trees.

Carbon-efficient biojet fuels.

This is in focus in six of the twelve new projects that were approved for funding at the latest call for projects within the Swedish Energy Agency and f3 collaborative research program Renewable transportation fuels and systems. Some are just about to start while others kick-off in the coming months. Results will in most cases be available towards the end of 2021. Until then, communication efforts of different kinds will take place in the projects; information about external events and other activities will be posted on this website and in relevant media. If you are specifically interested in a project, contact details to project managers are available on each project site – follow the links in the list above.

Shortly, the remaining six projects that have been granted funds within the research program will be published.

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