The Refolution project will be present at the 32nd European Biomass Conference & Exhibition 2024.
This conference explores the topic of biomass in greater depth, from resources, research, innovation, deployment to policies.
The EUBCE will be held at Chanot Convention Centre From 24 – 27 June 2024 and the Refolution workshop is part of the events taking place at this year’s conference.

The Refolution project aims to demonstrate the transformation of bio-oils produced from fast pyrolysis into advanced biofuels via a process that can be implemented in existing European refineries.
A special Refolution Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) framework has been developed in the project to tackle the sustainability and responsibility issues regarding this demonstration process.
During the workshop we will discuss about the sustainability and responsibility questions based on the Refolution RRI framework.


Nina Wessberg is a Principal Scientist at VTT (Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.) and an Associate Professor at the University of Tampere. Her current interests are focused on ethics of technology, responsible innovations and socio-technical change. She is also active in foresight and sustainable development. Wessberg´s educational background holds a doctoral degree in environmental policy. She has also a master degree in environmental technology.

Hanna Saari is a Research Scientist at VTT (Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.). She works with themes related to sustainability and responsibility, such as social responsibility in corporate settings, promoting responsibility in grass-roots innovations and RRI (Responsible Research and Innovation). Saari holds a Master of Social Sciences degree.