Renewtec AB was engaged by in the BioProGReSs project as WP leader of the communication and dissemination activities.
BioProGReSs revolved around advanced syngas cleaning based on Chemial Looping Reforming and a new innovative continuous online tar analyzer (CON-TAR) developed by Technische Universität Berlin.
The public version of the BioProGReSs final report has been published as an ISSN numbered Renewtec Report (Renewtec Report 007:2018).
Click here to download the report (3 MB).
A consortium of eight EU Member States and Associated Countries, including the UK, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, is implementing an ERANET Plus activity entitled Bioenergy Sustaining the Future (BESTF). This activity provides funding to collaborative bioenergy projects that demonstrate at least one innovative step and will result in demonstration at a pre-commercial stage.
The Swedish/German BioProGReSs project is one of out three projects supported by BESTF. The project partners are Gothenburg Energy (coordinator), Chalmers University of Technology, Technical University of Berlin and Renewtec AB.
The goal is to develop, implement and demonstrate advanced syngas cleaning based on chemical looping reforming in both a pilot and an industrial scale bioSNG plant. In addition a novel measuring technique developed at TU Berlin will be tested and implemented in order to monitor and control the gasification process.
BioProGReSs is a three year 5.3 Meuro project.