Author Archives: Hermanns

Our projectpartner BTG-BTL sold their first production plant for sustainable oil

Finland will invest €100 million in several stages in a new and sustainable Dutch technology that makes it possible to produce oil from various waste materials including wood waste. The initial investment of 25 million euros will be used for … Continue reading

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Residue2Heat: Current status of the research on renewable residential heating with fast pyrolysis bio-oil

This challenging EU H2020 project Residue2Heat is now running for about 2.5 years and it is in that sense an unique project that it covers the whole chain of biofuel production to the end-user. I’ll try to summarize the current … Continue reading

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Ginevra Fabiani successfully defended her master thesis

On 19th of April 2018, Ginevra Fabiani successfully defended her master thesis entitled “Application of biomass ash from FPBO production to grassland: effects on chemical and microbiological properties” within the framework of our Residue2Heat project. The master work performed under … Continue reading

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Residue2Heat project partners met for the 4th General Assembly Meeting in Innsbruck

The Residue2Heat partners have met each other in Innsbruck, Austria for its 4th General Assembly Meeting to identify and discuss the latest insights in the context of the development of FPBO based residential heating systems. Thanks to our partners Marina Fernandez-Delgado … Continue reading

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Residue2Heat Spring 2017 General Assembly meeting takes place in Naples

We are pleased to announce that the next meeting will take place in Naples/IT on February 8-10, 2017. Thanks to our partners Raffaella Calabria and Patrizio Massoli from the Istituto Motori at the National Research Council, we have been invited … Continue reading

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Activities of the University of Innsbruck in the Residue2Heat project

On 18/11/2016 the University of Innsbruck released a press release about their activities in the Residue2Heat project. The microbiologist Prof. Heribert Insam team from the Microbial Resources Management research department is analysing the use of ashes from the combustion process. Press … Continue reading

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The Residue2Heat project is mentioned in IEA Bioenergy Task 34 newsletter, Issue 39

In the latest issue of IEA Bioenergy Task 34 newsletter, Issue 39 for October 2016 the Residue2Heat project is being addressed.  This issue features articles on both pyrolysis and solvo-liquefaction technologies, new projects, as well as standards and upgrading developments. See … Continue reading

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Residue2Heat project partners met in Aachen for our General Assembly

Fruitful discussions with a side of sunny weather Sunshine and interesting scientific discussions came together at the Residue2Heat General Assembly Autumn 2016 Meeting held at the Department for Industrial Furnaces and Heat Engineering of the RWTH Aachen University in Germany, on … Continue reading

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First Residue2Heat project posters are ready for download

The first Residue2Heat project posters are ready for download (here). They present a summary of the project concept, objectives and planned impacts, with a focus on the project case studies and novel technologies. The posters and flyers will be available to the public … Continue reading

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D8.12 Data Management Plan – Executive Summary

The present document is a deliverable of the Residue2Heat project, which is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme under Grant Agreement 654650. The document presents the first version of the project “Data Management Plan”, describing the implementation measures envisioned to … Continue reading

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