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Bioenergy Enzyme equipment

  • Enzymes

    The development of enzyme preparations secreted by the fungus Trichoderma reesei has enabled Biopract to provide effective solutions for the treatment of waste water purification plant effluents and provide a specific product for the optimization of biogas production process. The resulting products are marketed by Biopract’s business partner ...

    By Biopract GmbH based in Delft, NETHERLANDS. from Bioenergy Product line

  • Cellulosic Ethanol

    Novozymes develops technologies that enable more types of biomass to be turned into commercially viable biofuel. We provide the industry’s best enzyme solutions and process optimizations to enable commercialization of cellulosic ethanol.

    By Novozymes based in Bagsvaerd, DENMARK. from Bioenergy Product line

  • Starch-Based Ethanol

    Through innovative enzyme solutions and unmatched customer support, Novozymes continues to build a stronger and more sustainable starch biofuel business that will move ethanol producers into the fast lane.

    By Novozymes based in Bagsvaerd, DENMARK. from Bioenergy Product line

  • 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).

  • 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.

  • Biogas

    The area of Biogas considers the entire spectrum encompassing Biogas-technology: Plant breeding of water-stress tolerant plants, Pre-treatment for better degradation of cellulose-containing substrates, Removal of Nitrogen as a basis for the anaerobic digestion of slaughterhouse wastes, Simulation of the microbiological process, Development and ...

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

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