• RTD partners

RTD partners

Bioenergy 2020+ GmbH – the Coordinator –
Bioenergy 2020+ is the Austrian biomass centre of competence providing mainly RTD, but also engineering, consultancy, training and networking services to industrial customers. BE2020 is run under private law and currently employs about 90 researchers. The relevant fields of RTD are supply chain technologies and biomass fuel characterization. About 90% of BE2020’s industrial customers are SMEs, most of which benefit from BE2020’s outstanding technological expertise in small scale biomass combustion technology, in fuel technology, and in supply chain technology related aspects.

German Biomass Research Centre DBFZ
The German Biomass Research Centre is a non-profit LLC and was founded from the German Federal Ministry for Nutrition, Agriculture and Consumer Protection based on the Institute for Energy and Environment (IE). The DBFZ supports the efficient, sound and sustainable integration of biomass into the energy system based or results from cooperative application-oriented scientific investigations and innovative R&D work. The relevant fields of RTD for the project are bioenergy systems and thermo-chemical conversion.

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
The Unit of Biomass Technology and Chemistry, is a government official organisation which is a department at the Faculty of Forest Sciences of Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. The Unit of Biomass Technology and Chemistry works with research and development in bioenergy in general and mainly in biomass technology and pellets research.

SP Sveriges Tekniska Forskningsinstitut AB
SP Sveriges Tekniska Forskningsinstitut (SP) is owned by RISE Research Institutes of Sweden Holding AB under the Ministry of Industry. SP is the national institute for technical evaluation, research, testing, certification, metrology and calibration and is working closely with industrial, institutional and scientific partners. SPs technical department of Fire Technology and conducts research, testing and certification of products related to fire safety. SP has extensive experience from national and international R&D projects in the fields of reaction to fire, fire resistance, fire suppression, emissions from fires, and self-heating.

Danish Technological Institute
Danish Technological Institute (DTI) is self-owned and non-profit institution approved by the Danish authorities to provide technological services to business and the community. The most important task is to ensure that new knowledge and technology can quickly be converted into value for our customers. The main task of the DTI Centre for Renewable Energy and Transport is R&D within energy production on co-generation, district heating, central heating and individual heating based on biofuels, fuel cells and hydrogen.