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Cellulosic Biofuels equipment for Bioenergy

  • BioFuel - 2nd Generation Midsized De-centralized Bioenergy Plants

    The BioFuel 2nd generation midsized de-centralized bioenergy plants are particularly well suited for rural areas. Here, cheap input substrates for biofuel production are abundant and readily available at minimum transportation costs.

    By BioFuel Technology A/S based in Randers, DENMARK.

  • System Analysis

    In the field of system analysis, BE2020 works on the sustainable and efficient utilisation and application of biofuels. We develop energy concepts at the local, regional and company level, focusing on demand-driven studies regarding energy, economic and ecological issues. A crucial element of our process development is the extension of biofuel ...

    By BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH based in Graz, AUSTRIA. from Biofuels Product line

  • Cellulase Fusion Enzyme

    The cellulase fusion enzyme has been designed to convert cellulose directly to glucose under conditions that allow yeast fermentation.  Lingnocellulosic feed stocks require at least three enzymatic activities to release trapped sugars for conversion into energy.  A synergistic sequence of events releases sugar.  Endocellulase acts ...

    By C2 Biotechnologies, LLC based in Germantown, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Atec Biogas Plants

    Our new and inventive technology can process a wide range of the available biomass. In contrast to standard biogas facilities fibrous plant cellulose can be decomposed rapidly. This is possible due to the special two stage design of the biogas plant. In the two containers/tanks the different microbiological reactions of the hydrolysis and the ...

    By Atec Automatisierungstechnik GmbH based in Neu-Ulm, GERMANY.

  • Cutting Edge Biofuel Technology

    At Inaeris Technologies we have created a proprietary technology platform that transforms non-food, cellulosic biomass into drop-in transportation fuel blendstocks.  Our technology is flexible and can be commercialized either as a stand-alone facility or as an addition to an existing facility, such as one that already processes biomass (a ...

    By Inaeris Technologies, LLC based in Pasadena, TEXAS (USA).

  • Biogas Feedstock Renewable Fuel

    Biogas is an attractive feedstock to make renewable fuels.  Also known as “biomethane”, “renewable natural gas”, or “RNG”,  biogas has many advantages.

    By Iogen Corporation based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Chromatin - Renewable Feedstocks

    Chromatin delivers high quality sorghum for forward-thinking companies seeking renewable feedstocks. Our sorghum products are reliable sources of starch, sugar, and cellulose that can be tailored to meet customer needs, whether generating energy in the form of electricity or biogas, or producing ethanol and advanced chemicals.

    By Chromatin, Inc. based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • 2G Enzymes of Biochemical Route

    Enzymes are an essential technological element in the enzymatic hydrolysis technology that will be used both in Abengoa Bioenergy facilities and in the plants of third parties that will use this process to produce bioethanol.

    By Abengoa Bioenergy based in Chesterfield, MONTANA (USA).

  • Renewable Advanced Biofuels

    Sundrop Fuels converts syngas created from biomass into biobased 'green gasoline', diesel and aviation drop-in fuels for today’s engines using well-established commercial processes.

    By Sundrop Fuels, Inc. based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA).

  • Proprietary Biocatalysts

    Plant derived feedstocks for industrial bioprocesses are made up of a complex set of materials.  Carbohydrates in plants are used to store energy (e.g. starch) and provide structure (e.g. cellulose).  These sugars can be in simple or complex forms, consisting of different sugar types linked together by a variety of chemical bonds, and at ...

    By Mascoma based in Lebanon, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Hugoton Comercial Plant

    The company is currently completing the construction of its project in Hugoton (Kansas, US), the first commercial plant with a production capacity of over 100 ML per year of second-generation bioethanol from plant biomass (wheat straw, corn stover and grass crops).

    By Abengoa Bioenergy based in Chesterfield, MONTANA (USA).

  • European - Renewable Ethanol

    Ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol or alcohol, is a volatile, flammable, colourless liquid with the molecular formula C2H5OH. Ethanol is also commonly referred to as neutral alcohol or neutral spirit in certain countries. ‘Renewable ethanol’ is produced from agricultural raw materials, such as cereals and sugar beet, as well as from ...

    By European Renewable Ethanol Association (ePURE) based in Brussels, BELGIUM.

  • Arundo - Bioethanol

    A safer and more renewable solution for fuel and not just for your car. Infinite supply: Bioethanol is a completely renewable source of energy, meaning it provides an infinite supply of fuel. As it is made from biomass, no net carbon dioxide is emitted.

    By Arundo BioEnergy based in Budapest, HUNGARY.

  • CelluSugar

    The technology to produce a sugar solution from lignocellulose. The raw material is pre-treated in the CelluTreat™ process so that sugar is released and the crystalline structure of the cellulose is broken down. Additional sugar is released through enzymatic hydrolysis. The sugar solution can be used in the production of many different types ...

    By The SEKAB Group based in Örnsköldsvik, SWEDEN. from CelluTech Product line

  • Maltase - Model IA-194 - Native Microorganism α-Glucosidase

    Glycoside hydrolases (also called glycosidases or glycosyl hydrolases) assist in the hydrolysis of glycosidic bonds in complex sugars. They are extremely common enzymes with roles in nature including degradation of biomass such as cellulose and hemicellulose, in anti-bacterial defense strategies (e.g., lysozyme), in pathogenesis mechanisms (e.g., ...

    By Creative Enzymes based in Shirley, NEW YORK (USA). from Medical Enzymes- Diagnostic Enzymes Product line

  • Proesa - Cellulosic Ethanol Technology

    Success in cellulosic ethanol constitutes a feat with which Biochemtex, affiliate of the Mossi & Ghisolfi Group, challenged the chemistry world, already back in 2006. With a total investment exceeding 150M€ and over 7 years dedicated to research and development within the R&D center of Rivalta Scrivia in Italy, Biochemtex created ...

    By Biochemtex Spa based in Tortona (AL), ITALY.

  • Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (CHyP) Technology

    Candaxa has been monitoring the developments within the biomass conversion industry for a few years. We believe that the Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (ChyP) technology being developed by Proton Power, Inc. (PPI), is well suited to our small to mid scale biomass to renewable diesel projects. PPI has successfully implemented CHyP technology on a ...

    By Candaxa Energy Inc. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Cellulosic Ethanol Process

    Iogen’s cellulosic biofuels technology incorporates all of the necessary steps required to convert a wide variety of cellulosic feedstocks into ethanol and other biofuels.

    By Iogen Corporation based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • ZeaChem - Demonstration Biorefinery System

    The hydrolysis unit, an Andritz based system, can process up to 10 tons per day of chipped cellulosic biomass* into separate C5 and C6 sugar streams. The hydrolysis unit can operate using steam explosion, dilute acid/base or auto hydrolysis, in single stage or dual stage configuration. With minor upgrades, the hydrolysis unit can incorporate other ...

    By Zea2 - ZeaChem based in Boardman, OREGON (USA).

  • CelluFuel - Fuel, Power and Steam

    Fuel, Power and Steam. A powerful technology for converting lignocellulose to ethanol. Using CelluTreat the cellulosic raw material is pre-treated and additional sugars are released in the enzymatic hydrolysis. Yeast converts the sugar into ethanol. The lignin generated in CelluFuel can be used as fuel to produce electricity and steam.

    By The SEKAB Group based in Örnsköldsvik, SWEDEN. from CelluTech Product line

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