bioethanol plants Equipment

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Bioethanol

by ACCIONA Energy     based in SARRIGUREN, SPAIN

ACCIONA Energy produces bioethanol -a fuel of plant origin that can act as an additive to or replacement for petrol (gasoline)- in a plant located in the Spanish region of Castilla-La Mancha. The facility has an annual production capacity of 26,000 tonnes (33 million litres). The base material is raw alcohol from wine sector auctions that the EU ...

Bioethanol

by AVA - Huep GmbH u. Co. KG     based in Herrsching, GERMANY

The importance of Bioethanol as an additive to regular fuel is increasing. The production of Bioethanol is realised worldwide with various source materials based on freely-available raw materials. In North America, Bioethanol is mainly produced from maize, while in Europe wheat, rye or barley serve as raw materials. Predominantly Bioethanol is ...

Biodiesel, Plant Oil, Bioethanol

by BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

In the field of industrially produced first generation biofuels, BIOENERGY 2020+ works on advanced technological issues in the production of vegetable oil, biodiesel and bioethanol. Above all, this research encompasses the use of innovative biodiesel processes with the application of novel raw materials such as Jatropha. Within numerous projects, ...

Full Scale Decentral 2nd Generation Bioethanol Plants

by BioFuel Technology A/S     based in Copenhagen, DENMARK

The BioFuel 2nd generation midsized de-centralized bioenergy plants are particularly well suited for rural areas. Here, cheap input substrates for biofuel production are abundant and readily available at minimum transportation costs. The 2nd generation plants use cheap biomass residues (e.g. straw, manure, silage etc.) as input substrates as ...

Bioenergy

by Renewable Energy House (EREC)     based in Brussels, BELGIUM

Bioenergy can play an important role in combating climate change as well as improving the security of energy supply in Europe. However, biomass for energy is a complex matter, as there are many different biomass-to-energy-value chains.

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