Commercial size second generation bioconversion plant using wood as feedstock to produce bioethanol, lignin, biogas...
The demand for sustainable biofuels is growing
To fight climate change, the EU has set targets for member states to increase theshare of renewable energy sources in traffic for 2021-2030. The directive compels member states to reach a 14 % share of renewable energy sources in traffic by 2030. Individual member states may have even more ambitious targets.
2-generation production from bio-residues is the most feasible path to biofuels in Europe. Finland has had the leadership in Europe for renewable energy usage and has a permanent feedstock of wood residues from sawmills looking for innovative applications.