Within this APEX (Advanced Process Economics through Oxidoreductases) project, MetZyme® is going to be brought to industrial production for market demonstration at commercial scale within two target industries: P&P mills and biorefinery pilots.
The main objectives of the ReTAPP project are to demonstrate the production of fructose from wood-based feedstock and to prepare the whole value chain for the market introduction of PEF resin using this fructose.
BIOFOREVER (BIO-based products from FORestry via Economically Viable European Routes) is an European project to demonstrate the feasibility of conversion of lignocellulosic feedstocks like wood into chemical building blocks and high added value products.
The BUTANEXT project aims to overcome the technical and economic constraints to the use of biobutanol as an advanced biofuel.
BIOrescue aims to demonstrate and develop the concept of an integrated bio-production process based on the cascading use of SMS supplemented with wheat straw (WS) and other underutilised lignocellulosic feedstocks. When applied within a conventional mushroom production farm, this will turn it into an efficient and sustainable bio-refinery.
Falcon is a project funded by the EU that aims at turning the lignin-rich industrial waste stream from second generation biofuel plants into higher value products, such as marine fuels, fuel additives and chemical building blocks.
Kaarina, Finland, MetGen – industrial enzyme solution provider, is moving forward in an industrial demonstration of it’s four novel biorefinery solutions: Tailored hydrolysis solution, Enzymatic lignin depolymerization, Lignocellulosic glucose isomerization, and Glucose conversion to glucosone. The demonstration takes place as a part of partially publicly funded EU Flagship project SWEETWOODS.
Within this project, eleven participants from four European countries join efforts to develop and provide the wood industries with “WOOD transforming enZYMES” able to work under extreme operation conditions (i.e. extremozymes).
Over the next four years the European UNRAVEL project will demonstrate a sustainable and economically feasible biorefinery for the conversion of second generation biomass into fuels, chemicals and building materials. In their efforts the partnership that comprises research organisations, SMEs and large industry from six European countries are supported by the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) which funds the UNRAVEL project with 3.6 million Euros.
VEHICLE Project is a Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. The industry consortium aims to widen the business and market opportunities of existing and future biorefineries by demonstrating the valorization of their low value sugar streams through several downstream options.
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