Category Archives: Deliverables

D4.1 THERMO-PHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF FPBO AND PRELIMINARY SURROGATE DEFINITION – Executive Summary

This deliverable is the first of work package WP4 in the Residue2Heat project and it refers to the thermo-physical characterization of Fast Pyrolysis Bio-oil (FPBO) together with a preliminary surrogate definition of FPBO. Objective of this deliverable is the analysis … Continue reading

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D3.9 Method development and validation of formaldehyde, methanol, furfural determination by GC – Executive Summary

There is a consensus throughout Europe that in the age of climate change fossil fuels must be gradually replaced by renewable energy sources. In addition to energy saving measures, it will also be necessary in the future to provide fuels … Continue reading

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D2.4 Delivery of Conditioned FPBO – Executive Summary

Numerous FPBO samples will be sent around between the partners over the course of the four-year Residue2Heat project. Sample delivery is a joint task, partners VTT and BTG will supply the consortium with (conditioned) FPBO samples. The sample delivery will … Continue reading

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D8.9 Renewable residential heating with fast pyrolysis bio-oil – 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 project “Communication Plan”, defining the strategy and implementation measures envisioned to efficiently … Continue reading

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D8.13 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 updated version of the project “Data Management Plan”, describing the implementation measures envisioned … Continue reading

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D8.10 Communication 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 project “Communication Plan”, defining the strategy and implementation measures envisioned to efficiently … Continue reading

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D7.5 DHO in 5 key countries – Executive Summary

There is a consensus throughout Europe that in the age of climate change fossil fuels must be gradually replaced by renewable energy sources. In addition to energy saving measures, it will also be necessary in the future to provide fuels … Continue reading

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D7.1 Risk and Mitigation Plan – Executive Summary

This Risk and Mitigation Plan (RMP) defines how risks associated with the Residue2Heat project will be identified, analysed, and managed. It outlines how risk management activities will be performed, recorded, and monitored throughout the life time of the project. Risk … Continue reading

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D3.2 Physico-chemical properties of FPBO – Executive Summary

This deliverable is the second one in a series of deliverables describing the physico-chemical properties of fast pyrolysis bio-oil (FPBO) produced in the project. The first bio-oil batch (D2.2) was provided by BTG and the feedstock was pine. This pine … Continue reading

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D2.3 Delivery of Conditioned FPBO – Executive Summary

Numerous FPBO samples will be send around between the partners over the course of the four-year Residue2Heat project. Sample delivery is a joint task, partners VTT and BTG will supply the consortium with (conditioned) FPBO samples. The sample delivery will … Continue reading

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