Denmark has a long-term goal to be independent of fossil fuels by 2050. This has consequences for our transport sector, which is primarily based on […]
The advanced biorefining technologies where cellulosic residues are turned into bioethanol have reach a point where they are ready for commercialization – especially among Danish companies working in this area. The first commercial-scale plants have been build and there are more to come. The map shows the commeral-scale already build and those which are planned to be established in the next few years. The map will be continuously updated and if one has additions or changes please feel free to contact Head of Communication Julie Søgaard.
Today Maabjerg Energy Concept presents a new optimized business plan for an integrated biorefinery, which from 2017 will be able to produce advanced bioethanol based […]
BioRefining Alliance’s participation in European Biomass Conference and Exhibition – EU BC&E 2013 – was a succes. Many participants were very interested in hearing about who we are and what our mission is. In this theme you can watch pictures and hear one of director Anne Grete Holmsgaard’s speaks during the event.