Energy Production from Marine Biomass (Ulva lactuca)

Lars Nikolaisen, Peter Daugbjerg Jensen, Karin Svane Bech, Jonas Dahl, Jørgen Busk, Torben Brødsgaard, Michael Bo Rasmussen, Annette Bruhn, Anne-Belinda Bjerre, Henrik Bangsø Nielsen, Kristian Rost Albert, Per Ambus, Zsófia Kádár, Stefan Heiske, Bo Sander, Erik Ravn Schmidt

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Abstract

The background for this research activity is that the 2020 goals for reduction of the CO2 emissions to the atmosphere are so challenging that exorbitant amounts of biomass and other renewable sources of energy must be mobilised in order to – maybe – fulfil the ambitious 2020 goals. The macroalgae is an unexploited, not researched, not developed source of biomass and is at the same time an enormous resource by mass. It is therefore obvious to look into this vast biomass resource and by this report give some of the first suggestions of how this new and promising biomass resource can be exploited.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDanish Technological Institute
Number of pages72
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Bibliographical note

PSO Project No. 2008-1-0050

The application was approved by Energinet.dk with a total budget of 10.5 million DKK and with a funding from Energinet.dk of 8.5 million DKK. The project was running from April 2008 to October 2011. The partners in the project are:
1. Aarhus University Department of Bioscience (former National Environmental
Research Institute, Aarhus University)
2. Risø DTU (DTU is Technical University of Denmark)
3. DONG Energy A/S, the largest utility company in Denmark
4. Danish Technological Institute.
The contract holder is Danish Technological Institute

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