Here you can get an overview of projects, which are financed through INBIOMs grant from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science, related biomass projects as well as completed biomass projects.
The livestock production in Denmark has a major challenge in providing sustainable proteins for animal feed, especially ecology. Several places have started working with insects, which are very efficient at converting biomass residues to high - quality proteins.
Euro Therm develops new grates for combustion of biomass for district heating. In cooperation with Teldust, FORCE Technology and DTU they are now going to optimise their products so that they become even more efficient and environmentally friendly.
The aim of the project is to establish a Scandinavian biogas platform with cooperation in relation to technical developments, biogas usage as well as business and political cooperation in Denmark, Sweden and Norway during the next three years.
Biocluster.dk is a cluster initiative, which focuses on business opportunities and innovation in the conversion to bioeconomy, which already is well on the way.
The aim of the project is to test and demonstrate the gasification technology, PURSUC, which can produce energy and biochar based on straw and livestock manure.
The aim of the project is to find replacements for traditionally imported soya proteins and fishmeal, draw potentials for new business areas in the rural districts (jobs) and inspire for new research and innovation.
The purpose of the project is to gain more knowledge about saponin - a by-product from quinoa product - and its application with an eye to establish an innovation center and a pilot-refinery plant in Bolivia in the long term.
The project is about artificial methane production and use of hydrogen for upgrading of biogas for usage in the natural gas pipeline and transport sector.
The focus of the GrassBots project has been development of an advanced, semi-autonomous, lightweight robot for harvesting of wet grasslands in an financially and environmentally sustainable way.
RecOil aims to increase the production of sustainable biodiesel and its local market uptake by promoting collection of UCO from private households and transformation into biodiesel.
The purpose of B5Next is to gain experience with establishment of a suitable logistics system for large scale delivery of biodiesel to commercial gas stations and to test how consumers receive the product.
The long-term strategic objective of the Baltic Manure project is to change the general perception of manure from a waste product to a resource.
Baltic Compass is a strategic project established to promote innovative solutions for sustainable food production in the the Baltic Sea Region. Baltic Compact is an extension stage project to the Baltic Compass project, which continues the work of disseminating good practice agri-environmental technologies.