Biofuels in Denmark

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Overview of biofuels in Denmark - from feedstock to end use view info >>

Biofuels ministries, organisations and agencies in Denmark view info >>

Key biofuels industry and research stakeholders in Denmark view info >>

Advanced biofuels demonstrations and R&D Projects in Denmark view info >>

Biofuels policy, regulations, market development and support in Denmark view info >>

Reports related to biofuels in Denmark view info >>

Biofuels events in Denmark view info >>

Overview of biofuels in Denmark - from feedstock to end use

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Biofuels ministries, organisations and agencies in Denmark

Key biofuels industry and research stakeholders in Denmark

Advanced biofuels demonstrations and R&D Projects in Denmark

  • Inbicon (DONG Energy) /Teranoll demonstration of a combined fermentation of C6 and C5 sugars from wheat straw on industrial scale. The combined fermentation results in a 40% increase in ethanol yield per ton of straw, which can result in significant cost cuts in the production of second generation bio-ethanol.
  • Demonstration of cellulosic ethanol technologies by DONG Energy and DSM co-funded by the FP7 KACELLE project.
  • In June 2014, it was announced that the Maabjerg Energy Concept project would receive 39 million under the second phase of NER300. The project involves commercial-scale production of second generation ethanol from plant dry matter in Holstebro, Denmark.
  • The BioGasol process converts straw and other lignoicellulosic agricultural residues into ethanol, biogas, hydrogen and solid fuel with minimum use of water and low production costs. The process features a thermochemical pretreatment and a unique fermentation process based on proprietary microbes, which convert both C6 and C5 sugars to ethanol. In March 2009, the Danish Energy Agency (EUDP) awarded BioGasol grant of 10.5 M Euros for th BornBioFuel2 demonstration plant on on Bornholm Island, using 27000 tonnes of dry feedstock to produce 7 Mio litres of ethanol per annum.
  • DONG Energy 'Pyroneer' technology converts biomass to gas at low temperature. In 2011, it established a 6MW demonstration plant adjoining Asnæs Power Station near Kalundborg.  


Biofuels policy, regulations, market development and support in Denmark

 

Reports related to biofuels in Denmark

Biofuels events in Denmark

This section is currently being updated.