08 October 2013 - 09 October 2013
IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

First International BeWhere Workshop

15 people participated in the BeWhere Workshop held at IIASA, 8-9 October 2013, where they discussed the status and future of the model.

The BeWhere Workshop gathered 15 scientists, amoung them 11 were outside IIASA. The full list of the participants can be found 


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Each participant presented its own research, and problem around the modelling were addressed as well as future collaboration between the different partners. the list of the presentation is presented below.

Dilip Khatiwada: Optimizing energy production in sugarcane biorefineries in Brazil


Karthikeyan Natarajan: BeWhere Finland - a comprehensive modeling approach for sustainable bioenergy production in Finland.  


Elisabeth Wetterlund: BeWhere Sweden – Integration of forest based biofuel production with existing industries.


Johannes Schmidt: The Evolution of BeWhere Austria: a shift from demand to supply side modeling.


Sylvain Leduc: BeWhere EU and similar case studies.


Ellen Slegers: Algae cultivation logistics.


Stefan Höltinger: A spatially explicit techno-economic assessment of green biorefinery concepts for Austria.


Nils Johnson: Envisioning CO2 distribution networks for CCS in the United States:  modeling CO2 pipeline deployment at a regional scale.


Jan Bekkering: Operational modeling of sustainable green gas supply chains.


Anna Krook-Reikkola: Times Sweden.


Erik Dotzauer: Bio-energy projects in Stockholm.


Nicklas Forsell: Globiom Model


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