Berlin, Sep 11 - 12, 2014
Round Table Discussion on Biorefineries with Greasoline
Co-Founder Axel Kraft
Hamburg (Germany), June 23 - 26, 2014
Presentation of Greasoline Co-Founder Volker Heil / CEO Peter Haug: "Multi-Feedstock Aviation Biofuel Refining Project Set-Up"
Berlin (Germany), Jan 20 - 21, 2014
Presentation of Greasoline Co-Founder Volker Heil: "Atmospheric deoxygenation of lipids over microporous materials - a tool to produce various fuels from low-grade and waste bio-based fats and oils"
Berlin, Nov 18 – 21, 2013
Presentation of Greasoline CEO Peter Haug: “Bio jet-fuel challenges and a new technology from "non food"-resources and residues”
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Nov 12 – 14, 2013
Presentation of Greasoline CEO Peter Haug: "Transforming urban community waste into trustainable bio-jet fuel and diesel products"
In contrast to other approaches, Greasoline is based on gaseous phase reaction technology and therefore can transform raw materials of significantly lower quality, because residual water and inorganic residues are separated in the evaporation step.
Primary products are hydrocarbon chains identical with fossil diesel and kerosene fuels. The technology also produces bio-based alkylated benzenes which are crucial for jet fuel properties and which cannot be obtained by hydro treating processes.
from: ASM Science Journal
Green Air Travel - Continuous growth of air traffic and its corresponding increase in CO2 emissions can be offset by high-quality bio jet fuels that meet all kerosene-related parameters. Some technologies are already certified and on the market.
An innovative new technology uses bio-based nonfood resources and residues and, therefore, broadens the raw material basis for bio jet fuels and has the potential to supplement existing technologies.
Biogene Ausgangsproduktionen für die Kraftstoffproduktion sind knapp. Das Greasoline-Verfahren verbreitert die Rohstoffbasis für Flugzeugtreibstoff durch eine Gasphasentechnik.
Founding Angels bringen Ausgründungen aus Forschungsorganisationen auf Erfolgskurs.
Fraunhofer spin-off firm Greasoline: biofuel from algae and waste fat
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety, and Energy Technology have developed a process to produce biofuel from waste fat and oil residue – and engines do not even have to be retrofitted.
Fraunhofer UMSICHT recently finished two projects, related to the Greasoline® technology, funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety within the funding programme ‘Biomass for Energy’.
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