Renewable energy

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Renewable energy can help bringing to market affordable, cost-effective and resource-efficient technology solutions to decarbonise the energy system in a sustainable way, secure energy supply and complete the energy internal market. Wastes transformed into high value products, such as power, can help implement new production paths and help the transition to a bio-based economy.

News

HIGFLY´s Cross Industry Benefits
25 07 2022
Although the current innovations proposed in HIGFLY are most relevant to the aviation fuel sector, t...
The HIGFLY HiGee Reactor
25 07 2022
Furfural is the main jet fuel precursor and building block in the HIGFLY concept. Current methods to...
Jet fuel production from biobased molecules via catalytic condensation
25 07 2022
Current bio-based alternatives for jet fuel (HVO/HEFA) rely on scarce and geographically dispersed f...

Events

The International Biomass Congress & Expo 2022

The International Biomass Congress & Expo aims to bring together leading producers, suppliers...

Biorefine Conference ‘The role of biorefineries in European agriculture’ (30 & 31 May 2022)

We are pleased to announce that the first edition of the Biorefine Conference 'The role o...

EUBCE 2022

EUBCE is the largest biomass conference and exhibition in the world.

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Publications

Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘July 2022’
Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘June 2022′
Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘May 2022′

Relevant projects

BioWILL – An Integrated Zero Waste Biorefinery

BioWILL is an Interreg NWE funded project focusing on Integrated "Zero Waste" Biorefine...

HIGFLY – HIGee to Furanic-based jet Fuel technologY

The EU-funded HIGFLY project plans to develop advanced technologies for producing jet fuels from...

F-Cubed – Future Feedstock Flexible Carbon Upgrading to Bio-Energy Dispatchable Carriers

The F-Cubed project aims to develop an advanced process for the hydrothermal treatment of biogeni...

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