Michael Carus: How has the environment for the Renewable Carbon Economy evolved during the Corona pandemic, climate change and GreenDeal and the Ukraine war? (in terms of demand and investment)
Ed de Jong: In general not in a positive direction because:
Michael Carus: Are there market preferences for any of the three sources of renewable carbon? Biomass first and second generation, biogenic waste, utilisation of CO2 from biogenic and fossil sources and direct air capture or mechanical and chemical recycling?
Ed de Jong: See above:
Michael Carus: What would be the most important measures and policy instruments to accelerate the transformation from fossil to renewable carbon?
Ed de Jong:
Michael Carus: Thank you so much for the interview.
Meet Ed de Jong at the Renewable Materials Conference 10 - 12 May 2022, Cologne, Germany (hybrid event) and look forward to the presentation “Electrochemical CO2 Reduction to Formic Acid in the Heart of an Urban Biorefinery” of his colleague Annelie Jongerius, Avantium (NL).
Avantium is Gold Sponsor of this conference and can be met at booth No. 3.
More information: https://renewable-materials.eu