Food & Bio Cluster Denmark, in collaboration with Danish Technological Institute and Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, has just released “Straw to Energy – Technologies, policy and innovation in Denmark” – the second edition of its very successful 2011 publication, updated with the latest information about utilising straw for energy purposes. The publication is part of the work done
The AgroBioHeat project is organising a free virtual matchmaking event – Bringing Value to Agrobiomass – on February 10th – 11th, 2021. The aim is to facilitate cooperation on sustainable utilisation of biomass from agriculture and side streams from food production. All over Europe, there is agricultural production of various crops for food and feed and processing of these crops.
Main interest of an Integrated Biomass Logistic Centre (IBLC) in the olive sector is the exploitation of olive prunings. Olive prunings are treated as agricultural residues and mostly burned in open fires or less frequently mulched into soil. However, they can be exploited in various ways and offer added value. One main exploitation method of harvested olive tree prunings (OTP)
European stakeholders from the entire agrobiomass value chain for energy gathered from February 25th to 27th in the Barcelona municipality of Vilafranca del Penedès at a demonstration workshop within the European project AgroBioHeat. According to Manolis Karampinis, research associate at Centre for Research and Technology Hellas and coordinator of the AgroBioHeat project, Vilafranca has been chosen as the venue for
From February 2020 to April 2020, the AgroBioHeat project progresses to an important milestone for gathering significant insights on social understanding about the use of agrobiomass for heating. AgroBioHeat is conducting a web-based survey aiming to capture the public opinion on agrobiomass heating. Apart from eliciting existing perceptions and stakeholders’ intentions to act, the survey aims to identify the current
Date and time: 27 February 2020, 2019, 09:00 – 17:00 Venue: l’Enològica building Auditorium, C/ Amàlia Soler, d’, 029; Vilafranca del Penedés, Spain The AgroBioHeat project would like to invite you to a workshop and field visits entitled “Using Vineyard Prunings for Heat”. Vineyards are cultivated in more than 3 million hectares in Europe. Every year, huge quantities of vineyard
2020 has started and the AgroBioHeat project is already planning a lot of interesting activities in order to promote sustainable agrobiomass heating! Our project partners will be attending two major energy and agricultural fairs in Nantes, France and Thessaloniki, Greece at the end of the month, so be sure to pay a visit at their stand in order to learn