Partners with broad multidisciplinary expertise

The Bio4Fuels consortium comprises eight Norwegian academic partners, six international academic partners, 35 partners from industry and NGO's and eight partners representing public bodies. Together the research group adresses the main challenges of the core biomass value chain.

Partners

 Research partners:

 

Scientific Contribution

Role in the Centre

SINTEF

Hydrotreating, Fermentation, Separation, Process Design, Tech. Econ. Evaluation, Combustion, Gasification, Liquefaction

Centre Leader, SP and WP leader

NMBU

Pretreatment, Enzyme technology, Fermentation, Anaerobic digestion

Host institution, Admin. Leader, Education, SP and WP leader

NTNU

Environment policy, Combustion, Chemical and Catalytic Conversion, End Use

Education, SP and WP leader

RISE PFI

Liquefaction, Pretreatment

WP leader

NIBIO

Environment policy, Anaerobic digestion

Education, WP leader

USN

Process design, Up-scaling

Education, WP leader

IFE

Anaerobic digestion

Research Partner

 
Public bodies:

Telemark County, Akershus County, Østfold County, Trøndelag County, Hedmark County, Statens Vegvesen

Framing regulation and fostering industrial development


Industry, NGO's:

Norges Skogeierforbund (NO),  AT Skog/Biovarme (NO), Viken Skog (NO)

Lignocellulosics

Norges Bondelag (NO)

Agri biomass

Energigjennvinningsetaten Oslo Kommune (NO)

Municipal solid waste

Zero (NO), NoBio (NO)

NGO

Statkraft (NO)

Combustion & Stationary energy

Biozin (NO), Johnson Matthey (UK), BTG-BTL (BE), Steeper (DK), Silva Green Fuels / Statkraft (NO)

Gasification & Pyrolysis

Cambi (NO), Norske Skog Saugbrugs (NO), NeoZeo (SE)

Anerobic digestion and Biogas

NORSE (NO), UMOE AS (NO), Novozymes (DK)

Biochemical conversion

Nopco AS (NO), Alginor (NO)

Value added Chemicals

Avinor (NO), Eco-1 (NO), Volvo GTT (SE), LOGE AB (SE)

End users

Herøya Industri Park (NO)

Piloting & Scale UP

Innovasjon Norge (NO), Enova (NO)

Innovation Funding agencies


International partners:

Johnson Matthey (UK), BTG-BTL (BE), Steeper (DK)Gasification & Pyrolysis
NeoZeo (SE)Anerobic digestion and Biogas
Novozymes (DK)Biochemical conversion
Volvo GTT (SE), LOGE AB (SE)End users

 

Published 29. August 2016 - 13:29 - Updated 7. March 2019 - 11:28

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