Biofuels in Denmark
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- Confederation of Danish Industry
- Danish Agriculture and Food Council
- Danish Bioenergy Association ( DI Bioenergi)
- Danish Energy Agency
- Energi- og Miljokontor-Energy and Environment Office
- INBIOM Innovation Network for Biomass
- DONG Energy
- Haldor Topsoe A/S
- Scale Biofuel
- Scanenergi A/S
- The Technical University of Denmark - DTU
- University of Southern Denmark
- Inbicon (DONG Energy) /Teranoll demonstration of a combined fermentation of C6 and C5 sugars from wheat straw on industrial scale. The combined fermentation results in a 40% increase in ethanol yield per ton of straw, which can result in significant cost cuts in the production of second generation bio-ethanol.
- Demonstration of cellulosic ethanol technologies by DONG Energy and DSM co-funded by the FP7 KACELLE project.
- In June 2014, it was announced that the Maabjerg Energy Concept project would receive 39 million under the second phase of NER300. The project involves commercial-scale production of second generation ethanol from plant dry matter in Holstebro, Denmark.
- The BioGasol process converts straw and other lignoicellulosic agricultural residues into ethanol, biogas, hydrogen and solid fuel with minimum use of water and low production costs. The process features a thermochemical pretreatment and a unique fermentation process based on proprietary microbes, which convert both C6 and C5 sugars to ethanol. In March 2009, the Danish Energy Agency (EUDP) awarded BioGasol grant of 10.5 M Euros for th BornBioFuel2 demonstration plant on on Bornholm Island, using 27000 tonnes of dry feedstock to produce 7 Mio litres of ethanol per annum.
- DONG Energy 'Pyroneer' technology converts biomass to gas at low temperature. In 2011, it established a 6MW demonstration plant adjoining Asnæs Power Station near Kalundborg.
- National Action Plan for Renewable Energy including Transport and Biofuels
- Renewable Energy Progress Report - including Biofuels and Bioenergy
- Promotion of Biofuels in Denmark
- EUDP Programme for Energy Technology Development and Demonstration
- IEA Bioenergy Task 40 (Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade): Country report for the Denmark 2014, Danish Technological Institute 2015
- IEA Task 42 Biorefining - Country Report Denmark, 2014
- IEA Task 39 (Commercializing Conventional and Advanced Liquid Biofuels) Newsletter with Country Profile of Denmark, 2015