SAVE THE DATE - bioliq® II. Status Colloquium and Sustainable BioEconomy 2016 at KIT - 01 of December 2016, Karlsruhe, Campus North
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The European Biomass Conference 2016 takes place this year from 06 to 09 June in Amsterdam. You can visit us, the bioliq project and other interesting projects in the field of bioeconomy at RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre booth 38 of the Bio Economy Research Baden-Württemberg.
Meet bioliq® at Hannover Messe, from 25 to 29 April 2016, Hall 2, booth C50. This new group pavilion in Hall 2 is presented by BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg, Jülich, the project organizer, and the coordinating Agency for Renewable Resources FNR. Here, bio-based value chains meet innovative raw material concepts and creative ideas for new products and processes.
Oxymethylene-ether (OME): fuels which produce no harmful exhaust gases. The Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture promotes project of ecologically friendly diesels from renewable raw materials.
In 2016 more subsidies are available for projects with renewable raw materials: this year the FNR e. V. (Agency for Renewable Resources) holds as body responsible for projects of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) a conveyor means budget of 61 million euros and thereby two million euros more than last year.More information
On the 1st of December 2015, the first bioliq® status colloquium took place at FTU of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The event was expected from all partners in the approach of big interest and tension.
The new network BioRaf consists of eight companies and seven research institutes and is committed to the optimisation and development of biorefineries. BioRaf is funded from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy within the framework of the Central Innovation Programme for SMEs (ZIM).More information
Biomass is a heterogenous raw material from which energy sources, compounds and chemicals can be won by modern technologies.More information
In the energy system of the future energy producers, energy storage and energy consumers must have a smart communication with each other. With the Energy Lab 2.0 researchers try to build up a model of this system. Holger Hanselka, president of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), explains the new project during an interview.To the interview