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Bioenergy Technologies for a Net Zero Transition: Outcomes of UK-India Bioenergy Research Scoping

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  • Patricia Thornley
  • Bhavika Rathi
  • Arup Jyoti Borah
  • Basu Saha
  • Jessica Adams
  • Moonmoon Hiloidhari
  • Richard Blanchard
  • Richard Dinsdale
  • Sanjay Nagarajan
  • Santosh Kumar
  • Seetharaman Vaidyanathan
  • Shaishav Sharma
  • Shivali Sahota
  • Shyam Kumar Masakapalli
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Publication date31/05/2022
Place of PublicationAston University, UK
PublisherSupergen Bioenergy Hub
Number of pages59
ISBN (Electronic)9781854498113
ISBN (Print)9781854498106
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Abstract

The report is part of scoping exercise led by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and commissioned to Supergen Bioenergy Hub. The report is for UKRI, funded by UKRI India.

UKRI launched in April 2018. UKRI is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Our organisation brings together the seven disciplinary research councils, Research England, which is responsible for supporting research and knowledge exchange at higher education institutions in England, and the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK. Our nine councils work together in innovative ways to deliver an ambitious agenda, drawing on our great depth and breadth of expertise and the enormous diversity of our portfolio. http://www.ukri.org

UKRI India plays a key role in enhancing the research and innovation collaboration between the UK and India. Since 2008, the UK and Indian governments, and third parties, have together invested over £330 million in co-funded research and innovation programmes. This investment has brought about more than 258 individual projects. The projects were funded by over 15 funding agencies, bringing together more than 220 lead institutions from the UK and India. These research projects have generated more than £450 million in further funding, mainly from public bodies but also from non-profit organisations and commercial entities, attesting the relevance of these projects. www.ukri.org/india

This work was commissioned to inform UKRI/UKRI India priorities and pathways for innovation development in bioenergy with UK-India partnerships.