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Netwerkbijeenkomst Groene Chemie 1 november 2011. Luuk van der Wielen BE-Basic / TUD / UTM. Biorenewables: economic sectors, climate, biodiversity, income. structured around integral biomass value / sustainability. biodiversity geophysics land (use) fertiliser water labour others.

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Netwerkbijeenkomst Groene Chemie

1 november 2011

Luuk van der Wielen BE-Basic / TUD / UTM

biorenewables economic sectors climate biodiversity income
Biorenewables: economic sectors, climate, biodiversity, income

structured around integral biomass value / sustainability

biodiversity

geophysics

land (use)

fertiliser

water

labour

others

soil/water/air quality & nutrient/carbon recycles

nutrients

CO2

energy

fuels (s,l,g)

chemicals

materials

food/feed

agro/forestry

harvest

logistics &

biorefining

conversion &

purification

socio-economics,sustainability,training,comm

1. Bio-energy as key ingredient of optimised

(economic/climate/..) portfolio →

Techno/societal roadmap & macro-econ impact

2. Need to connect players along value chain

technology roadmap and direct economic impact
Technology roadmap and (direct) economic impact

target €20 bn/yr

(incl indirect: 4-5% GDP)

€ 7 bn/yr

Internat HighTech

Chem’s & materials

56 (25 %)

- CO2e

Mton/yr

200

2030

added value

€/ton

€ 2-3 bn/yr

30

2020

National LowTech

EU & energy focus

todays technology

100

8 (4 %)

€2-3 bn/yr

€1-2 bn/yr

2030

0

2010

0

biomass (eq)

Mton/yr

domestic

production

50

100

0

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cellulosics

50 -100

lignin

protein

nutrients

S&T for higher added value portfolio

ton biomass*

added € /ton biomass (eq)*

materials

chemicals

fuels

power

heat

feed/food

fertiliser

services

science & techn. fields

agro-forestry (A&F)

biorefinery (C,E)

thermal conversion (E)

chem/cat conversion (C,E)

indus/env. biotech (C,E,A)

process eng. (C,E)

feed/food (A, E)

chem’s/materials (C, E)

fuel efficiency (E,M)

power & heat (E)

socio-econ./ecologics** (all)

100 - 250

250 - 1000

100 - 250

X

by

50 -100

100 - 250

5 - 20

+

??

now € 130-180 mio/yr

(50+% gov, 25 % private)

* eq: domestic, imports, derivatives

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Biobased Cross-sector

Fuels & Energy

(incl power & heat)

Energy

Thermo-

ChemCat*

CatchBio,

EOS, ISPT,

ECN, TNO

Chemistry

Chemicals &

Materials*

DPI, BPM

Biorefinery*

WUR-A&F/ECN

Dutch Biorefinery

Cluster, ISPT

Resource

Plant & Agrotech

AlgaeTech

“Solar Biofuels”

Indus. & Env.

Biotechnology*

(incl socio-economic)

BE-Basic, Kluyver

BPF, W2R

TIFN-Ferm

Food, Feed,

Nutrition Δ

FND, CCC

TIFN-Food,

Agro-Food

/Tuinbouw

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Innovatietafels chemie

TKI Proces-

Technologie

1) Specifiek fundamenteel R&D

1)

Jongsma /Schouten

Wetenschappelijk

Onderzoek

Valorisatie /

Implementatie

TKI Materialen

1)

Joosten /Brouwer

Lommerts /Brouwer (MKB)

TKI Biobased

Economie

1)

BBE

Andere topsectoren

Hartvelt /V.d. Wielen

BBE

Coördinatieteam

TKI TASC

Hartvelt

De Winde

Weckhuysen /Schouten/De Winde

27 okt. 2011

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