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The Bio-energiecluster Oost-Nederland (In English: Bio-energy cluster Eastern Netherlands) supports the local government in reaching its climate change carbon reduction targets. The goal of the bio-energy cluster is the promotion of bio-energy use and technology development in the Eastern part of the Netherlands. The cluster mainly focuses on bio-oil/pyrolysis production systems & applications, green gas production & upgrading and biomass combustion systems for heating and/or electricity production. The bio-energy cluster is a foundation by legal entity, making it a unique organisation in the Netherlands. A covenant has been signed between the Province of Overijssel and the cluster to capture the shared ambitions.
The Platform Bio-energie (In English: Platform Bio-energy) is an organisation for companies occupied with the production of energy from biomass. Main goal of the Platform Bio-energy is to represent the bio-energy companies to the government. Also the optimal alignment of the bio-energy chain is one of the goals.
Projectgroep Biomassa & WKK (BIO-WKK)
The Projectgroep Biomassa & WKK (In English: projectgroup biomass & CHP) strives to maximize the use of biomass. By using biomass as renewable fuel in combined heat and power installations (CHP) the biomass is used for the generation of renewable electricity and the production of renewable heat. By using the CHP technology the yield of the biomass as energy carrier is heightened
Industriële Kring Twente
The foundation ‘Industriële Kring Twente’ (IKT) connects entrepreneurs, governmental bodies, knowledge institutions and other networks to strengthen Twente’s economy. This goal is achieved by for example organising meetings, by on-going consultations with local authorities and by identifying trends and developments. Also the organisation of overarching events and maintaining an online ‘social network’ are part of the activities.
Vereniging van de Nederlandse Chemische Industrie
The ‘Verening van de Nederlandse Chemische Industrie’ (VNCI) represents companies that make products using chemical processes. The aim of the association is to create optimum conditions for the chemical industry so that functioning, growth and quality are promoted. The organisation acts as spokesman and tries to connect its members.
BTG represents the Netherlands in IEA Task 34. The overall objective of Task 34 is to improve the rate of implementation and success of fast pyrolysis for fuels and chemicals by contributing to the resolution of critical technical areas and disseminating relevant information particularly to industry and policy makers. The scope of the Task will be to monitor, review, and contribute to the resolution of issues that will permit more successful and more rapid implementation of pyrolysis technology, including identification of opportunities to provide a substantial contribution to bioenergy.