Bio4fuels

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Bio4Fuels will develop innovative technology to convert biomass and organic residues to sustainable fuels and energy

Bio4fuels news

In the biorefinery, Line Degn Hansen is converting biomass from spruce trees into sugars that are in turn converted into a protein-rich yeast biomass by fermentation.

Bio4Fuels Insights

In April every year the FMEs hand in an Annual Report. In the coming weeks we will present articles from the "Bio4Fuels Insights" in the Bio4Fuels Annual Report 2017. First out is PhD Student Line Degns Hansen at NMBU.

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A Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) based at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences and lead by SINTEF.

The Centre aims to develop innovative technology and support industries to realize economic and sustainable conversion of lignocellulosic  biomass and organic residues to transportation fuels, along with added value chemicals, heat and power. 

Key research is to increase the effeciency and yields of major process steps within the different value chains, as well as achieving techno-economic insights for the optimal integration within and across value chains and greater understanding of the environmental consequences of the various value chains.

Bio4Fuels for the first time brings together leading Norwegian research institutions, universities, key national and international partners, major forestry resources owners and regional authority into one common initiative on production of energy carriers from renewable sources.

Project number 257622

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Centre Leader:
Duncan Akporiaye
E-mail: bio4fuels@nmbu.no
Phone: + 47 93 05 91 66

Deputy Leader:
Svein Jarle Horn
E-mail: bio4fuels@nmbu.no
Phone:+ 47 47 23 73 67

Centre Coordinator: 
Odd Jarle Skjelhaugen 
E-mail: bio4fuels@nmbu.no 
Phone: + 47 67 23 09 91

Administrative Manager:
Janne Beate Utåker
E-mail: bio4fuels@nmbu.no
Phone: + 47 67 23 25 25

 

 

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