BIOCOUP : BIOCOUP is one of the Integrated Projects that the European Commission has launched during the 6th framework program. The aim of the project is to develop a chain of process steps, which would effectively allow biomass feedstock to be co-fed to a conventional oil refinery with energy and oxygenated chemicals as co-products. Brochure and Newsletter1
BIOHUB® : Development of cereals-based chemical products to the point that they are sustainable substitutes for fossil-origin products.
BioMatNet : BioMatNet is the activity of the EPOBIO project that makes available the results from RTD projects supported by the European Commission in the area of Biological Materials for Non-Food Products (Renewable Bioproducts). It includes final results from the Fifth Framework Programme (FP5), FAIR Programme (FP4) and previous programmes, as well as ongoing research from the Fifth and Sixth Framework Programmes (FP5 and FP6).
Biofpr : Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining (Biofpr) is the definitive source of information on sustainable products, fuels and energy. Through an exciting blend of news, patent intelligence and features on this website, and a peer-reviewed journal, we will keep you updated with all the latest advances.
BIOPOL : The overall goal of BIOPOL is to assess the status (technical, social, environmental, political, and implementation) of innovative BIOrefinery concepts and the implications for agricultural and forestry POLicy. Biorefinery concepts are aimed at relevant market-competitive and environmental-friendly synthesis of bio-products - chemicals and/or materials - together with the production of secondary energy carriers - transportation fuels, power and/or CHP. BIOPOL will result in a scenario grounded assessment of sustainable solutions that impact several European key industries, and will generate valuable knowledge to fill in part of the research agenda of the recent Biomass Action Plan of the European Commission.
Biorefinery.de :biorefinery.de company (GmbH) is dedicated to supply products, developments, services, and competence in the field of biorefinery systems, biorefinery technologies and biobased industrial products to worldwide customers in industry as well as customers of the research and development community.
Biorefinery.ie : Biorefinery Ireland Ltd was established in 2004 to continue the R/D began by some of its principals since 2002 under an EC Fifth Framework project entitled "Biochemicals and Energy from the Sustainable Utilisation of Biomass". The immediate objective of Biorefinery Ireland is to design, construct and operate a commercial green biorefinery in Ireland using herbaceous biomass such as grass, immature cereals, legumes and sugar beet as feedstock; and produce energy, biofuels and high value biochemicals with food, feed and industrial applications. The initial objective is to establish a green biorefinery using fresh grass/grass silage.
Biorefinery.nl : Biorefinery.nl is a joint initiative of Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR) and the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), supported by SenterNovem.
BIOREF-INTEG : BIOREF-INTEG is a new FP7 project (June 2008 - May 2010) aiming to develop advanced biorefinery schemes to be integrated into existing fuel producing complexes.
European Forest-Based Sector Technology Platform (FTP) : In 2004, the European Confederation of Woodworking Industries (CEI-Bois), the Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) and the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) took the initiative to set up a Technology Platform for the forest-based sector. This platform aims at defining and implementing the sector’s R&D roadmap for the future and is supported by a wide range of stakeholders. The Forest-Based Sector Technology Platform is an industry-driven process, embedded in industry reality, and supporting the sector’s strategy.
SUSCHEM: SusChem brings together a wide spectrum of organizations and individuals looking to boost sustainable chemistry, industrial biotechnology and chemical engineering research, development and innovation in Europe.
SUSTOIL: SUSTOIL is a FP7 project (June 2008 - May 2010) aiming to develop advanced biorefinery schemes to convert whole EU oil-rich crops (rapeseed, olive and sunflower) into energy (fuels, power and heat), food and bioproducts (chemicals and/or materials) making optimal uses of the side streams generated during farming/harvesting, primary processing (e.g. oil extraction and refining) and secondary processing (e.g. transesterification). Overview
WORLDBIOPLANTS:Worldbioplants.com is a new website that is set up to collect all biofuel plants in the world.
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