Enabling the Biocarbon Value Chains for Energy and Metallurgical Industries
Skreiberg, Ø., Wang, L., Khalil, R., Gjølsjø, S., Turn, S.
For four years (2014-17), a competence-building project (BioCarb+) on the biocarbon value chain for energy and metallurgical industries has been running in Norway. Value chains, from the resource side to the end user side, have been studied, aiming at improvement along the value chains to increase their sustainability. The ultimate goal is to enable the use of Norwegian national forest resources for production of biocarbon of various qualities, for different end uses. The purpose of the work has been to investigate improvement potentials along the value chains, enabling production of biocarbon of various qualities from Norwegian national forest resources, for different end uses. Experimental and theoretical studies connected to forest operations, carbonization and end use have been carried out. The scientific innovation and relevance are improvements throughout the value chains, contributing to increased sustainability and pathways for increased use and sourcing of forest resources for production of biocarbon for energy purposes and as reductant in different metallurgical industries.
forestry, logistics, sustainability, wood, production, biocarbon, end use
Biomass Conversion Technologies for Fuels, Chemicals and Materials
Production of thermally treated solid biofuels
26th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
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