Reliable energy, livable homelands from waste and byproducts to biofuels for a sustainable planet

Organizers

SITI, POLITECNICO DI TORINO, EGEA

Moderator

  • R. Borchiellini

Speakers

  • M. Santarelli,Politecnico di Torino, professor
  • A. Lanzini, Politecnico di Torino, researcher
  • S. Olivero, SiTI, Head of Energy&Security Research Area
  • Adriano Rosso, Confagricoltura
  • Michele Monterenzi, Eliopig
  • D. Vicente Cecilio Fernández. Presidente de la Agencia Andaluza de la Energía
  • P.P. Carini, EGEA, CEO
  • M. Cellino, EGEA, Business Development
  • G. Monacelli, CNH Industrial, Head of Innovation, Simulation and Methods

AFRELiH Project is devoted to demonstrating how byproducts and wastes from agriculture (farming, harvesting and transformation processes) and livestocks can be considered as reliable and valuable energy sources to be transformed into bioenergy carriers, like syngas and in particular biomethane.

The efficient energy conversion of syngas into electricity and low-grade heat, makes it possible to satisfy the energy requirements in the rural and/or urban settlements, whereas biomethane can be suitable employed in no-oil based transportation. Tailored scenarios will be conceived on territorial basis, in which the generated energy carriers are tuned to meet local requirements, choosing properly the suitable level of technological innovation. Food-based Sustainable Energy Supply chains (FOSES) can therefore be seen as catalysts of technological, organization and management processes that enable innovative business models oriented to value creation.

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Panel
Location: Plenary Room - Piazzetta Reale Date: October 15, 2015 Time: 4:30 pm - 6:15 pm