List of Exhibitors 2024

CBE JU

Circular Bio-based Joint Undertaking

ETA Florence Renewable Energies

Italy

European Commission
DG RTD

Directorate-General for Research and Innovation

ANHUI BBCA BIOCHEMICAL CO. LTO.

China

Anhui BBCA Biochemical Co., LTD. is a leading enterprise in the field of deep processing of agricultural products in China, a national high-tech and green supply chain management enterprise. Relying on the BBCA National Engineering R&D Center of Fermentation Technology platform, BBCA Biochemical uses six core technologies of bacteria, fermentation. extraction. purification, polymerization, and new material application to mainly develop biochemical and bio material industries. Our main products are bio-based and bio-degradable material PLA. amino acids and organic acids.

BPC Instruments

Sweden

BPC Instruments is a global Swedish-based technology company developing and offering analytical instruments enabling more efficient, reliable, and higher quality research and analysis for industries in renewable energy and environmental biotechnology. The result is not only higher accuracy and precision, but also significant reductions in time consumption and labour requirement for performing analysis. The solutions are the first of their kind, making the company a pioneer in its field. Today, BPC Instruments exports to nearly 70 countries around the world.

BESTON GROUP CO., LTD

China

Beston Group Co., Ltd. is the Environmental Protection Division of Henan Gole Holding Group, responsible for promoting resource regeneration solutions, equipment manufacturing and project implementation in the global market. Beston is solid waste treatment overall solution provider and manufacturer of supporting equipment and the NO.1 of China's foreign trade export in this subdivision field. And is mainly engaged in: waste pyrolysis equipment, waste oil distillation equipment, biomass carbonization equipment, paper pulp molding equipment, waste sorting equipment.

Bioenergy Research Center

South Korea

We are focusing on bridging ‘upstream’ renewable materials with the ‘downstream’ manufacturing technologies that are used to produce biofuel, biochemicals and biobased value added products. By introducing our technology, we have found a competitive technology-based route that allows sustainable feedstocks to provide an alternative to fossil fuel based petro-chemistry. Our technology offers the starting point for a whole new market of botrochemicals, and all the subsequent products that they can be used to manufacture.

CEA

Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives,
France

DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungs
zentrum

Germany

Smart Bioenergy – innovations for a sustainable future The DBFZ works as a central and independent thinker in the field of energy and material use of biomass on the question of how the limited available biomass resources can contribute to the existing and future energy system with sustainability and high efficiency. As part of the research the DBFZ identifies, develops, accompanies, evaluates and demonstrates the most promising fields of application for bioenergy.

EcoEngineers

United States of America

EcoEngineers is a consulting, auditing, and advisory firm with an exclusive focus on the energy transition. From innovation to impact, we help you navigate the disruption caused by carbon emissions and climate change. We help you stay informed, measure emissions, make investment decisions, maintain compliance, and manage data through the lens of carbon accounting. Our team of engineers, scientists, auditors, consultants, and researchers live and work at the intersection of low-carbon fuel policy, innovative technologies, and the carbon marketplace. Eco was established in 2009 to steer low-carbon fuel producers through the complexities of emerging energy regulations in the United States. Today, our global team is shaping the response to climate change by advising businesses across the energy transition. Together, we can create a world where clean energy fuels a healthy planet.

ENEA

Italy

Beijing Haixin Energy Technology Co., Ltd

China

Incorporated in 1997 and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (stock code: 300072), Beijing Haixin Energy Technology Co., Ltd. is a holding listed company under Beijing Haidian State-owned Assets Investment Group Co., Ltd. Our main business includes providing solutions for the comprehensive utilization of biomass, bioenergy, and green chemicals, and other solutions related to environmental protection and sustainable energy development, such as technical support, equipment manufacturing, and engineering services.

IFP Energies nouvelles

France

LECO Europe BV

The Netherlands

LECO is a leader in the laboratory equipment business for biofuels. Over 25 international offices with additional distributors provide service for LECO. We deliver instrumetns for analysis of biofuel parameters like elemental analysis (CHNOS), calorific value, moisture/volatile/ash, ash fusibility and some more.

TNO

The Netherlands

The Biobased and Circular Technologies group of TNO Energy & Materials Transition is developing knowledge and technology for efficient and cost-effective thermochemical processing of biomass, biogenic residues and waste into fuels, chemicals, materials and energy in the framework of a circular bio-based economy. Our work covers the entire process chain, from feedstock to product synthesis.

PtX Lab Lausitz

Germany

Based in Cottbus (Lusatia, Germany), PtX Lab Lausitz aims to support the economy and civil society on their path to net zero emissions. In this role, the Lab will act as a knowledge platform, ideas hub and point of contact for industry, policy and research. The overall aim is to facilitate the market ramp-up for the environmentally safe and sustainable manufacture and use of Power-to-X (PtX) products. The initial focus will be concentrated on synthetic fuels (Power-to-Liquid, PtL) based on green hydrogen for use in aviation and shipping.

RE-CORD

Italy

H.E.L Group

UK

Turbodren s.p.a.

Italy

Turboden S.p A., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries group company, is a global leader in thè design, manufacture, and mamtenance of Orgamc Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems, highly suitable for distnbuted generation, that generate electric and thermal power exploiting multiple sources, such as renewables (biomass and geothermal energy), traditional fuels, and waste heat. Turboden expands its technological Solutions with gas expanders and large heat pumps to play a broader role in thè decarbonisation of thè distnct heating sector and of energy-mtensive industria! processes.

EU Projects

BIOMAC

Horizon 2020 Project

BIOMAC is a Horizon2020 project that will establish an Open Innovation Test Bed (OITB), a true collaborative ecosystem where technologies and solutions utilising nano-enabled bio-based materials (NBMs) will be upscaled and prepared for market applications. The ambition of BIOMAC is to boost and sustain innovation in the field of European bio-economy industries, by reducing the time-to-market of novel nanotechnologies, thus reducing cost and risks.

BIOTRANSFORM

Horizon Europe Project

Butterfly

Horizon Europe Project

COCPIT

Horizon Europe Project

EBIO

Horizon 2020 Project

EBIO aims at generating energy dense biofuels through electrochemical transformation of intermediate liquified biomass.

ELLIPSE

Horizon Europe (CBE JU)

ELLIPSE project will address the valorisation of two heterogeneous waste streams generated in significant amounts in Europe, slaughterhouse waste (bellygrass or rumen content) and paper and pulp sludge, to produce cost-efficient polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) for agricultural and personal care applications, by the coprocessing with other organic wastes (OW) such as sludge from the dairy industry and glycerol from the biodiesel industry, as well as recovering nutrients to produce bio-based fertilizers (BBFs). The integration of these waste streams as biorefinery feedstocks will allow reducing the volumes of landfilled waste, opening new avenues for platform chemicals and bioplastics production while creating additional revenue for the related industries generating them, with added advantages of water recycling, decreased soil degradation, groundwater pollution and methane emissions.

ETIP-B2022-2025

Horizon Europe Project

Fit4Micro

Horizon Europe Project

FIT4MICRO is a Research and Innovation Action funded by the Horizon Europe programme which aims at developing a microCHP unit running on sustainable liquid biofuels, to be applied at multi-family houses and at remote or off-grid locations, hence for domestic use.

FlexSNG

Horizon 2020 Project

FlexSNG is a jointly funded Horizon 2020 project that aims at fostering international collaboration between the European Union and Canada in the strategic sectors of bioenergy and biofuels.

Forest4EU

Horizon Europe Project

GOLD

Horizon 2020 Project

GOLD is a research and innovation action funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 Programme.

GREENMEUP

Horizon Europe Project

GREENMEUP is a Coordination and Support Action funded by the Horizon Europe programme that aims at enhancing the uptake of biomethane in Europe, by reducing the gap between countries with higher rates of biomethane production and countries with lower development rates.

INN-PRESSME

Horizon 2020 Project

Greenovate! Europe is a not-for-profit network of organisations dedicated to supporting sustainable innovation. We contribute to the creation of an environmentally and socially sustainable economy in Europe by developing sustainability projects, supporting researchers to promote and advance their research results, and helping entrepreneurs and policy-makers to take them up for real impact.

M2ARE

Horizon Europe Project

MIDAS

Horizon Europe Project

Midas is a Coordination and Support Action funded by the Horizon Europe programme that aims at developing and demonstrating innovative solutions to grow industrial crops on marginal agricultural land and produce a wide range of bio-based products, such as biodegradable mulching films, latex, biochar and other large use consumer products.

NewWave

Horizon Europe Project

NewWave is a Horizon Europe project which will contribute to building a circular economy by introducing sustainable raw materials in 4 manufacturing lines, replacing toxic chemicals, and lowering the environmental footprint of the products. The innovative approach of NewWave is to apply Thermo-Chemical Fractionation (TCF) to unlock and fractionate residual biomass. TCF combines fast pyrolysis of the biomass with subsequent liquid-liquid extraction of the obtained fast pyrolysis bio-oil, keeping the key chemical functionalities in separate, depolymerized fractions.

Phy2Climate

Horizon 2020 Project

REFOLUTION

Horizon 2020 Project

Giuliano Grassi Prize Sponsor

MDPI

Switherland

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