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Bioeconomy & Biobased
industry in Italy
Fabio Fava
Italian Representative for Horizon2020 Societal Challenge 2
“European Bioeconomy Challenges: Food Security, Sustainable
Agriculture and Forestry, Marine, Maritime and Inland Water
Research”
&
DICAM, School of Engineering, University of Bologna
(E-mail: [email protected])
Bio-economy and Bio-Based
Industry
The Italian agriculture and
livestock: facts and figures
Employment
Agriculture,
terrestrial
livestock &
aquaculture:
~ 600.000
Annual Turnover
Agriculture:
~ €14.00 Billion
Terrestrial
Livestock:
~ € 11.4 Billion
Aquaculture:
~ € 1.18 Billion
After:
I ndagine continua sulle forze di lavoro (fdl)
http://siqual.istat.it/SIQual/visualizza.do?id=5000098&refresh=true&language=IT
Produzione, consum i interm edi e valore aggiunto di agricoltura, silvicoltura e
pesca (Nace rev.2)
http://dati.istat.it/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=DCCN_VAAGSIPET
The Italian food industry: facts
and figures
Top 5 Member States in terms of food & drink industry turnover,
2012* (€ billion)
Germany
France
(€ 25 billion of exports)
Italy
UK
Spain
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
€ Billion
Over than 6.850 companies and 400.000 employees
4
Source: Data processing and estimates Federalimentare 2012
The Italian Forestry sector:
facts and figures
Employment
Annual Turnover
Forestry
~ 200.000
Forestry
~ € 0.54 Billion
Wood and
Wood products
Wood and
Wood products
~ 410.000
~ € 28.0 Billion
After:
I ndagine continua sulle forze di lavoro (fdl)
http://siqual.istat.it/SIQual/visualizza.do?id=5000098&refresh=true&language=IT
Produzione, consum i interm edi e valore aggiunto di agricoltura, silvicoltura e
pesca (Nace rev.2), http://dati.istat.it/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=DCCN_VAAGSIPET
Repubblica - Affari e Finanza 18 marzo 2013
http://www.repubblica.it/economia/affari-efinanza/2013/03/18/news/legno_e_arredo_persi_in_5_anni_14_miliardi_e_10_mila_imprese54795147/
Integrated, multipurpose
biorefinery
Biomass
Agro-food
by-products,
surplus,
wastes
BIOREFINERY
Biobased Chemicals
Biomaterials
Biofuels
Water, Feeds
Biorefinery: R&I needs and opportunities
Bioproduct
(commercially
available)
Renewable
resources
Developing new
products/ processes
R&D
Scale up
Knowledge
Research: improve
R&I: process
raw materials
optimization
•Non-food crops
•Process integration
Marine bioresources •Bio/Chem integration
•Biowastes
•Higher flexibility
•Feedstock Collection
•Downstream
•Pre-treatment
•LCA /cost analysis
Small scale
production
Transformation into
commercially available products
Industrial Transfer
•Spin-off/Start-up policy
•Access Pilot plants
•Demonstrators
•Partners Integration
•IPR policy
Promotion of BioBased Products
and Processes
•policies & regulations
•consumer acceptance
Bio-Based Industry as a key
driver of Italian Bioeconomy
SPRING for boosting Italian BioBased
industry and Bioeconomy
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ROLE AND OPPORTUNITIES:
To “catalyse” and drive R&I and training, the industrial transfer in
the sector and the « systems integration » on the territory;
To identify national R&I needs and promote them towards Italian
Ministeries, Regional bodies defining industrial policies and
financing R&I (via structural funds, PAC2, etc) and Horizon2020
and JTI BBI, by aligning strategies and integrating efforts;
To promote the cluster members participation in national,
Horizon2020 and JTI calls and make it more successful;
To promote policies & regulations sustaining Bio-Based Products
and Processes as well as the consumer acceptance in Italy and in
the frame of European initiatives boosting BioEconomy.
Horizon 2020 Pillars
Excellent Science Industrial Leadership Societal Challenges
 European Research
Council
 Future and
Emerging
Technologies
 Leadership in
enabling and
industrial
technologies
 Access to risk
finance
 Marie Curie Actions
 Research
Infrastructure
 Innovation in SMEs
1. Health, demographic
change and wellbeing
2. Food security,
sustainable agriculture,
marine and maritime
research & bioeconomy
3. Secure, clean and
efficient energy
4. Smart, green and
integrated transport
5. Climate action,
resource efficiency and
raw materials
5. Inclusive, innovative
and reflecting societies
6. Secure societies
H2020 SC2 (Bioeconomy) IT Delegation
Representative:
Prof. Fabio Fava, Università di Bologna, Bologna
Experts:
Dott.ssa Catia Bastioli, Bioeconomy Panel, European Commission
Dott. Stefano Bisoffi, CRA, Roma, SCAR (Representative’s Alternate)
Ing. Pierpaolo Campostrini, CORILA Venezia & JPI Ocean
Ing. Giuseppina Monacelli, ISPRA & Min. Environment & JPI Water
Dott.ssa Marina Montedoro, Min. Agriculture & JPI FACCE
Dott. Pierfrancesco Moretti, CNR, Brussels & JPI Oceans
Dott. Daniele Rossi, Confindustria, Roma
Dott.ssa Giovina Ruberti, CNR Roma & JPI HDHL
Dott.ssa Marina Leonardi, ENEA & Min Economical Dev, Roma
NCP
Dott.ssa Serena Borgna, APRE, Roma
SC2 IT Delegation “Consultation Board”
Working Group
FOOD , NUTRITION
and WELLBEING
(Chair: Cluster AgroFood & NTP Food for
Life via Daniele Rossi)
Working Group
AGRICULTURE AND
LIVESTOCK
(Chair: IT Min Agriculture
via Marina Montedoro )
Representative
+Experts
+NCP
Working Group
BIO BASED
INDUSTRY
(Chair: Cluster Chimica
Verde via Vittorio Maglia
with the participation of
NTP SusChem Italy etc)
Working Group
FORESTRY
(Chair: NTP Forestry via
Giuseppe ScarasciaMugnozza)
Working Group
MARINE & MARITIME,
FISHERY, INLAND WATER
(Chairs: JPI Oceans & ETP
WssT via Pierpaolo
Campostrini & Antonio
Lopez, respectively)
Biobased Industries Consortium
(BIC) & JTI BBI
Key Enabling Technologies
The basis for product solutions to address societal
challenges
KETs Communication:
http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/industrial-competitiveness/industrialpolicy/index_en.htm
EC initiatives promoting
Bioeconomy in Europe
LMI recommendations:
“Taking BioBased From Promise to Market”
The Lead Market Initiative
Ongoing EC initiatives
promoting
bioeconomy
and
Advisory Group's
main
recommendations
to promote
biobased
industry and
products:
based products
Expert Group
• Biobased
Standards, labels and certification
ENTR)
• (DG
Legislation
promoting market
development
Encourage Greenpanel
Public
 • Bioecomomy
Procurement for biobased

products
(DG
R&I)
• Financing and funding of research
Continue to stimulate and
 • Bioeconomy
observatory
enhance technological
Innovation
and the
development of
(DG
JRC)
technology (PPP for
demonstration projects)
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SPRING: a key driver for the IT bioeconomy
Third Stakeholder Bioeconomy Conference
"FROM SECTORS TO SYSTEM, FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY“
Torino, October 8 and 9, 2014
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
9.00-9.30
9.30-13.00
14.15-18.00
SATELLITE EVENTS
DAY 0: 7 October (9.0018.00)
1)
2)
3)
DAY 1: 8 October
Formal opening session
Part I: Understanding the bioeconomy as an
interconnected system
DAY 1: 8 October
KBBE Forum
Part II: Moving from concept to reality
DAY 2: 9 October
9.00-13.00
Assobiotec conference
“Startupping in the
Bioeconomy”
JPI FACCE Meeting
Meeting of the
Association for
European Life Science
Universities
DAY 2: 9 October
Part III: The bioeconomy as opportunity
1)
2)
3)
14.15-18.00
4)
OECD Event
APRE Brokerage event
"2nd Bioeconomy
Observatory
Stakeholders
Roundtable”
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