Biofuels in Sweden
Overview of biofuels in Sweden - from feedstock to end use view info >>
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Fact sheet: Biofuels in Sweden (274 Kb)
- f3 The Swedish Knowledge Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels
- STEM - Swedish Energy Agency
- SVEBIO - Swedish Bioenergy Associaton
- Swedish Transport Administration
- Bioenergy International
- Elforsk AB
- Fysisk resursteori CTH/GU
- Göteborg Energi AB
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Luleå University of Technology: LTU
- Lund University Biofuels
- Lunds Tekniska Högskola
- Renewable Energy Technology International Ltd
- SEKAB BioFuel Industries
- SLU - Unit for Field-Based Forest Research
- SP Process Development
- Swedish Biofuels
- Taurus Energy
- VarmlandsMetanol AB
- Vattenfall - CCS R&D
- Volvo Technology
- Luleå University of Technology's holding company took over Chemrec and its black liquor gasification plant in 2013. LTU is entering a long-term partnership with Chemrec and also the Danish company Haldor Topsö.
- Swedish Biofuels advanced processes for the conversion of alcohols into drop-in jet fuels.
- VärmlandsMethanol AB biomass-to-methanol plant in Hagfors, Sweden.
- The GoBiGas facility was inaugurated on 12 March 2014. According to a statement, the Board of Directors of Göteborg Energi decided to terminate the project in advance in a bid to reduce the financial impact of the plant in March 2018.
- SunPine AB has pioneered a "Wood to Wheel" renewable diesel process technology using crude tall oil, a residual product of the pulp and paper industry, as feedstock. The company is owned by Preem, Sveaskog, Södra and KIRAm AB, and operates a plant in Piteå.
- Cortus has built an integrated production flow plant where the drying, pyrolysis and gasification of different biofuels. Aims to construct a larger demonstration plant in Köping.
- Fortum bio-oil plant based on fast pyrolysis technology, connected to the Joensuu CHP plant.
- Fortum, UPM and Valmet will work together on a five-year project LignoCat (Lignocellulosic Fuels by Catalytic Pyrolysis) to develop and commercialize integrated catalytic pyrolysis technology to produce biofuels from cellulosic feedstocks. The project is funded by Tekes - the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation.
- National Action Plan for Renewable Energy including Transport and Biofuels
- Renewable Energy Progress Report - including Biofuels and Bioenergy
- Promotion of biofuels in Sweden
- IEA Task 33: Biomass Gasification - Country Report for Sweden, Lars Waldheim, WAC, 2015
- IEA Task 34 Pyrolysis: Country Report Sweden, 2015
- IEA Bioenergy Task 40 (Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade): Country report for Sweden 2014, 2014
- IEA Task 39 (Commercializing Conventional and Advanced Liquid Biofuels) Newsletter with Country Profile of Sweden, 2011