About the project
To be able to replace fossil fuels with second-generation biofuels and reach the goal of a fossil-fuel independent vehicle fleet in 2030, it is important to utilize the raw material that today is digested more efficiently. The purpose of this project has been to investigate if residuals from biochemical conversion can be used as raw material, in a techno-economical way, for gasification for the production of biofuels, and if there are gaps in knowledge on this issue.
The value chain covered by the project includes the sub-steps digestate-digestate treatment-gasification-handling of ashes. The project’s aim has been to provide Swedish industry and government with a basis for evaluating if digestate from biogas production can be gasified and which values the suggested value chain can result in, compared to how the digestate and its corresponding value chain looks like today.
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Anna-Karin Jannasch, RISE
Kent Davidsson and Sudhansu Pawar, RISE // Mikael Lantz, Lund University
January - December 2017
Total project cost
500 000 SEK
Swedish Energy Agency, the f3 partners, RISE and Lund University
Swedish Energy Agency's project number within the collaborative research program