Technical Committee Meeting “Waste, Residues and Advanced Low Carbon Fuels”
The next meeting will take place on 02 July 2019 in Shanghai, China.
The attendance is free of charge.
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About the Technical Stakeholder Committee
The ISCC Technical Stakeholder Committee “Waste, Residues and Advanced Low Carbon Fuels” supports the constructive dialogue on the sustainability certification of waste and residues-based and advanced low carbon fuels.It aims to resolve immediate, practical problems and demands and contribute to shaping the future for low carbon fuels in the global transport sector (road, aviation, rail, maritime) and for industrial use.
The core objective is to support the development and deployment of low carbon fuels. In order to reach this, ISCC provides and further develops a reliable and practical sustainability certification standard for low carbon feedstocks and fuels.
The Committee provides an important platform for stakeholders to engage in a dialogue to tackle those challenges and opportunities. Meetings will take place on a regular basis and working groups may be established as required.
Co-Chair/Deputy Chair Europe/Americas:
Mr Michael Fiedler-Panajotopoulos (REG Germany, Co-Chair)
Mr Patrick Lynch (Greenergy Fuels, Deputy Chair)
Co-Chair/Deputy Chair Asia:
Mr Dannis Poon (ECO Environmental Investments Limited, Co-Chair)
Ms Yau Woon Lee (Neste Singapore, Deputy Chair)
The PRIMA article “Shanghai update: Chinese waste boom spurs trade and traceability investment” highlights the importance of the ISCC Technical Committee “Waste, Residues and Advanced Low Carbon Fuels” for the waste and residues-based and advanced low carbon fuels economy.
1st meeting: July 17, 2018, Shanghai
- Mr Vasu Vasuthewan, ISCC Board Member, Singapore
- Mr Rob Vierhout, Managing Director team, Belgium
RED 2.0 and (Advanced) Low Carbon Fuels in the EU
- Dr. Norbert Schmitz, Managing Director ISCC, Germany
ISCC for Low Carbon Fuels – Update and Outlook for Road Transport and Aviation
- Dr. Jan Henke, Director ISCC, Germany
Feedstock Classification, its Implications and Double Counting in EU Member States
- Mr Matthew Stone, Managing Director PRIMA, UK
China and Global Low Carbon Demand Growth (English, Chinese)
- Dr. Carly Whittaker, Principal Sustainability and Compliance Specialist Department for Transport, UK
Moving Ahead with Biofuels, Non-Bio Renewables and Aviation
- Ms Yau Woon Lee, Sustainability Specialist Neste Singapore, Singapore
Sourcing & Processing Low Carbon Feedstocks – Latest Developments & Requirements for Suppliers
- Mr Dannis Poon, Senior Vice President ECO, Hong Kong
HVO Production in China – Latest Developments
- Mr James Wang, General Manager Longyan Zhuoyue, China
ISCC Certification of a Chinese UCOME Producer – Experiences and Export Potential
- Mr Peter Gabik, Münzer Bioindustrie, Austria
Used Cooking Oil Sourcing from a European Perspective
- Mr Till-Robert Sudhoff, Shanghai Lian Yun International Trade, China
Challenges of UCO Collection and Export in China – Experiences with ISCC
- Mr Michael Fiedler-Panajotopoulos, Director REG, President European Waste to Advanced Biofuel Association, Germany
Requirements for a Successful Future Deployment of Low Carbon Fuels
- Mr Han Cheng, Biodiesel Trader ENI, UK
Developments of the HVO Market and RED II Compliant Supply Strategy of an HVO Producer (Chinese)
- Dr. Allen (Dezhi) Chen, Business Development Manager Enerkem, Canada
A Waste-to-Biofuels Solution for China
- Ms Laurel Hamon, Vice President LanzaTech, United States
Carbon Recycling – Fuels and Chemicals from Wastes and Residues