Associated EU projects

WP1.1: SiEUGreen - Sino-European Innovative Green and Smart Cities

SiEUGreen aspires to enhance the EU-China cooperation in promoting urban agriculture for food security, resource efficiency and smart, resilient cities.

WP1.2: AC2OCem - Accelerating Carbon Capture using Oxyfuel technology in Cement production

Perform pilot-scale experiments, as well as analytical studies, to bring key components of the oxyfuel CO2 capture technology for cement plants to TRL 6, with the aim of reducing the time to market of this technology.

WP1.2: BalticBiomass4Value

BalticBiomass4Value is a project implemented under the INTERREG Baltic Sea Region, co-financed by ERDF, Russian National Fund and Norwegian funding.

WP2.2: Black Liquor to Fuel (BL2F)

Creating a new, clean fuel to be used as an alternative to current fossil fuels.

WP2.2: NextGenRoadFuels (NGRF)

Developing a cost-effective valorization pathway for multiple urban waste streams such as sewage sludge, organic waste and construction wood waste


Promoting the decarbonization of the European transport sector, delivering cost-competitive and efficient renewable fuels and bioenergy.

WP2.3: CONVERGE Project

The CONVERGE project will validate an innovative process which will increase the biodiesel production by 12 per cent per secondary biomass unit used and reduce the CAPEX by 10 per cent.

WP2.3: EBIO - Biofuels through Electrochemical Transformation of Intermediate Bio-Liquids

The core of EBIO is the electrochemical upgrading of liquefied biomass to stable and energy dense bio-oils and further refinery co-processing to premium transport fuels.


Developing a new generation of cost-effective biofuels from a range of low-cost biogenic residues and waste fractions.

WP2.4: EHLCATHOL - Chemical Transformation of Enzymatic Hydrolysis Lignin with Catalytic Solvolysis to Fuel Commodities Under Mild Conditions

EHLCATHOL project is coordinated by Aalto University.

WP2.5: 4refinery

Scenarios for integration of bio-liquids in existing REFINERY process

WP3.2: Oxytrain - Harnessing the power of enzymatic oxygen activation

Boosting the development and exploitation of oxygenating enzymes in industrial applications.

WP3.3: BESTER - Bioprocesses for the optimized, integrated production of butyl esters from sustainable resources

The BESTER project develops a set of scalable, robust, and highly productive manufacturing processes for butyl esters from sustainable resources for the bio-based commodity chemicals market, usable, e.g. in flavours and fragrances.


WP3.4: FunEnzFibres - From fundamentals to valorization: Enzymatic oxidation of cellulosic fibres and underlying mechanisms

Enzymatic upgrading of cellulosic fibres with LPMOs (redox enzymes) in combination with hydrolases for the production of textiles and nanocellulose.


WP3.4: MEMBER - Advanced MEMBranes and membrane assisted processes for pre- and post- combustion CO2 captuRe

MEMBER aims to demonstrate state-of-the-art CO2 capture technologies in an industrially relevant environment.


Integration of gasification and fuel synthesis technologies into the pulp industries.


WP5.1: CUBE - Unravelling the secrets of Cu-based catalysts for C-H activation

Understanding and rationally designing coper-based C-H bond activation to enable enzyme-inspired design of synthetic catalysts synthetic catalyst-inspired design of enzymes

WP5.1: ProMo

The ProMo produces mathematical equa­tions using ontologies and makes them available as an extension to the European Materials Model­ling Council's EMMO, European Material Modelling Ontology.

WP5.2: BRISK2 - Biofuels Research Infrastructure for Sharing Knowledge 

Vision of BRISK II is to establish a centre of excellence in the field of 2nd and 3rd generation biofuels via the uniting of leading European research infrastructures.

WP5.2: LIBERATE - Lignin Biorefinery Approach Using Electrochemical Flow

Converting low cost lignin feedstocks in high value bio-sustainable chemicals

WP5.2: SElectiveLi - Conceptual Study of Electrochemical based novel process using Lignosulfonates to produce bio-based monomers & polymers

Develop a electrochemical processes to convert lignosulfonates into target products aldehydes (vanillin, syringaldehyde), stilbenes, benzoquinones, and mixed phenolic derivative (intermediates for conversion into polymers).






Published 5. March 2021 - 11:55 - Updated 2. June 2021 - 11:23