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Vattenfall, Danish University Team On Bio-oil Demo Plant

From cleantech.com (verified), September 4, 2009

Resource Management

Sweden's Vattenfall and Denmark's Aalborg University said today they plan to work with Danish startup SCF Technologies on a two-year project to build a demonstration plant based the startup's bio-oil from waste technology.

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genesisone

9/8/2009

positive vote I hope that this team-up effort goes well and that the results are promising and impressive! The more ideas, minds and excitement, the better the chance that the green energy movement will expand further! Bio-oil will hopefully soon be something that many have heard of and a practical alternative energy source.

janucece

9/8/2009

Sweden's Vattenfall and Denmark's Aalborg University has planned to build a demonstration plant based the startup's bio-oil from waste technology.It converts organic waste into a bio-oil for heat, electricity, or fuel for commercial ships. The product can also be further refined into biodiesel.It is a great resource management activity.

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