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Nordic Bioeconomy : NCM reporting: Test centers for green energy solutions – Biorefineries and business needs

Lange, Lene; Björnsdottir, Bryndis ; Brandt, Asbjörn; Hildén, Kristina; Hreggvidsson, Gudmundur Oli; Jacobsen, Birgitte; Jessen, Amalie; Lindedam, Jane; Mäkilä, Miia and Karlsson, E N LU , et al. (2016) In TemaNord 582.
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In 2014 the Nordic Council of Ministers initiated a new bioeconomy project: “Test centers for green energy solutions – Biorefineries and Business needs”. The purpose was to strengthen green growth in the area of the bioeconomy by analyzing and mapping the current status of the bioeconomy in the Nordic countries and identify potentials and obstacles, needs and opportunities. Based on this a set of policy recommendations was formulated. The project group participants were prominent scientists within the field of bioeconomy as well as government officials from all the Nordic countries. The project was headed by Professor Lene Lange, DTU, Denmark. The resulting Nordic Bioeconomy NCM Report consists of three parts: 1.Executive summary... (More)
In 2014 the Nordic Council of Ministers initiated a new bioeconomy project: “Test centers for green energy solutions – Biorefineries and Business needs”. The purpose was to strengthen green growth in the area of the bioeconomy by analyzing and mapping the current status of the bioeconomy in the Nordic countries and identify potentials and obstacles, needs and opportunities. Based on this a set of policy recommendations was formulated. The project group participants were prominent scientists within the field of bioeconomy as well as government officials from all the Nordic countries. The project was headed by Professor Lene Lange, DTU, Denmark. The resulting Nordic Bioeconomy NCM Report consists of three parts: 1.Executive summary chapters (Introduction, Background, Scoping, Conclusions, Trends, Actions, and Recommendations, supplemented by highlights of the reporting from each of the Nordic countries).2. Full country reports on the bioeconomy, activities and available infrastructures from each of the Nordic countries, including Greenland and the Faroe Islands.3. A consultancy report (authored by Matis, Iceland) on business needs and opportunities within the bioeconomy, upgrading biological resources from agriculture, forestry, and fishery, as well as from industrial organic side streams and household waste. (Less)
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  author       = {Lange, Lene and Björnsdottir, Bryndis  and Brandt, Asbjörn and Hildén, Kristina and Hreggvidsson, Gudmundur Oli and Jacobsen, Birgitte and Jessen, Amalie and Lindedam, Jane and Mäkilä, Miia and Karlsson, E N and Smaradottir, Sigrun Elsa and Vang, Janus and Wentzel, Alexander },
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  issn         = {0908-6692},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {02},
  pages        = {218},
  publisher    = {Nordiska ministerrådet},
  series       = {TemaNord},
  title        = {Nordic Bioeconomy : NCM reporting: Test centers for green energy solutions – Biorefineries and business needs},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.6027/TN2015-582},
  volume       = {582},
  year         = {2016},
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