Reform of the European sugar industry based on polygeneration with the use of energy crops
The collection, analysis, and dissemination of knowledge about how polygeneration technology can be used by bio-refineries in the sugar industry for energy, environment, societal, and economic benefits.
The project will contribute to the reform of the European sugar industry, assigning them the role of “supplier for low-cost heat and electricity” via cogeneration and bioethanol for the transport sector, as well as other valuable materials, using polygeneration technology.
Elaboration of pre-feasibility studies.
2007 – 2009