Image default
Biomass Technology

New report: The feedstocks powering the bio-economy revolution.

We are delighted to bring you the fourth in a series of Bio Market Insights reports focussed on the most important issues in the bio-economy today. As with our previous editions on supply chains, synthetic biology and scale-up our aim is not just to bring you theory and concepts but real-world insights from companies changing the way they do business, for the better.

The harnessing of biomass is at the heart of bio-economy, from agricultural, forestry and aquatic feedstocks through to waste streams and new alternative sources, the acquiring and processing of it is essential to achieving success. In response to this, new innovative techniques, partnerships, businesses and policies are being developed to ensure that we have the feedstocks needed to power the bio-economy.

From plastic waste in Switzerland through to corn stover in the USA, we are seeing some innovative answers to the questions of demand and are delighted to bring you some perspectives on feedstocks from around the world in this report. Contributors include; DuPont Tate & Lyle, FluidSolids, AB Sugar, U.S. Department of Energy and more, so download now!

Fill in the form to download the report:

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Related posts

US scientists harness synthetic biology to co-produce high-value compounds in plants.

Liz Gyekye

Plans underway to scale up tech that transforms microalgae into bio-based chemicals.

Luke Upton

Wanted! Innovative, sustainable and cost-effective uses of biomass and feedstock.

Luke Upton

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More