The research for this work has received funding from the European Union (EU) project BIOSKOH (grant agreement n° 70955) under EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme Research and Innovation actions H2020-BBI-PPP-2015-1-1.
European Second Generation Bioeconomy
Partners include the full value chain starting from land owners and feedstock producers, supply chain experts and an agronomical research partner to set-up a new biomass value chain exploiting large amounts of currently unused crop residues (kton/year), and developing newly grown dedicated crops on marginal land (total circa 320 kton/year), as such revitalising the regional economy. Technology providers (Biochemtex, Novozymes and Lesaffre) developed, tested and demonstrated in the only available semi-industrial scale 2G biorefinery research plant (Crescentino), an innovative integrated pre-treatment, hydrolyses and fermentation package, with higher yield and lower CAPEX which will now be upscaled to the 1st of a kind commercial scale Flagship, to be built by Energochemica.
Aim is to showcase techno-economic viability based on a sound business plan and 4 stepping stones (yield, biomass cost, brownfield and industrial symbiosis). Dedicated innovation actions by expert partners include assessing increased cascading potential through lignin valorisation and 2G bio-chemicals, LCA, Socio-economic impact analyses, business plan for a 2nd investment round, exploitation, dissemination and replication actions to various bio-economy clusters in Europe, thus giving both a short term and a long term contribution to the European Industrial Renaissance and bio-economy.
Our main task within the project are to: 1) support the realisation of the project KPIs 2) promote the further expansion of the BIOSKOH BioRefinery in stage 2 and 3) foster the replication of the BIOSKOH sustainability concept to other stakeholders in Europe, via EU chemical industry sites (brownfields) analysis and engagement.
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- Maximising the impact of innovation projects
– Market and users’ requirements analysis
– Project coordination and compliance
– Technology exploitation and valorisation
Filippo Giancarlo Martinelli
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