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4.Th ECO Forum Rendsburg, Germany, 7.th – 8.th of September, 2006 Demonstration of a flexible plant processing organic waste, manure and /or energy crops to bio-ethanol and biogas for transport Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen Head of department

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4.Th ECO Forum

Rendsburg, Germany, 7.th – 8.th of September, 2006

Demonstration of a flexible plant

processing organic waste, manure and /or energy

crops to bio-ethanol and biogas for transport

Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen

Head of department

University of Southern Denmark and Aalborg University Esbjerg

Department of Bioenergy

Niels Bohrs Vej 9-10, DK-6700 Esbjerg, Denmark

Tel. (direct): +45 7912 7715, fax: +45 6550 1091, cell: +45 2166 2511

E-mail: [email protected]

Homepage: www.acabs.dk and www.sdu.dk/bio

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The idea behind a Green Biorefinery is that all crops and biomass resources are utilised as feedstocks in stepwise treatments.

Basically with as low energy input as possibly by applying biotechnological methods; enzymes, fermentation, separation, and purification for various products.

The concept produces a portfolio that is capable of replacing fossil fuel refined products.

[Source: P. Kiel and J. B. Holm-Nielsen, University of Southern Denmark, 1994]

FLEXFUEL

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The project will demonstrate use of biofuels from well to wheel. It demonstrates the hitherto cheapest production of ethanol by using organic material of which a large part is classified as waste.

It demonstrates flexible change to fuels, and it has a large European potential. Therefore it has extremely high relevance to the objectives of the Specific Programme and the Work Programme.

[Source: www.sdu.dk/bio]

FLEXFUEL

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Location of the

FLEXFUEL facilities

FLEXFUEL

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Project co-ordinator name:

Per Thomas Jensen

Project co-ordinator organisation name:

VE-Organisation Aeroe

Address

Vestergade 36

DK-5970 Aeroeskoebing

Denmark

Contact

Phone/fax: +45 6252 1587

E-mail: [email protected]

Project participants:

VE-organisation, Ærø (DK)

PlanEnergi (DK)

Bioscan (DK)

Ecotraffic (S)

Aalborg University Esbjerg, AAUE (DK)

IFA Tulln (A)

FLEXFUEL

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BIOGAS

PROCESS

FLEXFUEL

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Process demonstration – from straw to ethanol

[Source: Charles Nielsen, ELSAM A/S]

FLEXFUEL

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Liquification and saccharification of celluloses (patented process)

[Source: Charles Nielsen, ELSAM A/S]

FLEXFUEL

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Biorefinery is integration of various robust treatment technologies for conversion of

  • complex biomasses into various products for energy and industrial use.
  • FLEXFUEL is an EU full scale demonstration plant for combining the production of
  • bioethanol and biogas in a flexible way, where by-products from the main production
  • in the first process plays a major role as a feedstock in the second process.
  • Optimisation of biotechnological treatment processes with as low process energy input
  • as possible and scale flexibility will be demonstrated.

FLEXFUEL

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