Some years ago, a Chinese company, Xunda Science & Technology Group, visited INBIOM and expressed interest in companies producing biomass technologies. This led to a visit at Passat Energy’s facility which eventually led to a Danish/Chinese joint venture.
In May 2013, Renew Energy A/S was introduced to Liaoning Institute of Energy Resources (LIER) in connection with an incoming company mission to Denmark organised by INBIOM. LIER was interested in finding potential cooperation partners with biogas expertise for a big project in their pipeline and were able to apply for funding from the Chinese Expert Import programme to help finance the cooperation.
Arne Essa Madsen from AEM Engineering met a number of potential chinese business partners in connection with specific INBIOM network activities in China, and he met a chinese partner, who was interested in a license to Danish biogas technology.
Briquetted straw was not a well-known concept, when INBIOM in Spring 2012 contacted Mogens Sloth Knudsen, CEO at C.F. Nielsen, which produces briquetting machines, regarding a new logistics project with funding from the Central Denmark Region. Later on, a new company has been established as a result of the project.