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Joint Call 4: Clean Biomass combustion (2009)

In the framework of ERA-NET Bioenergy, the fourth joint call was launched on Februay 9th 2009 for proposals on the topic Clean Biomass Combustion. Seven countries participated with their national programmes: Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Poland and Sweden. In the end 4 proposals were funded for a total budget of 6.3 million euro. Presentations about the results were held at the final seminar in Vienna, Sep 24th 2012.

List of funded projects

1. Health effects of particulate emissions from small scale biomass combustion (Biohealth)

Partners:
  • University of Eastern Finland (FI, coordinator)
  • National Institute for Health and Welfare (FI)
  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (FI)
  • BIOENERGY 2020+ (AT)
  • Umeå University (SE)
  • Lund University (SE)
  • INERIS (FR)

Project website

2. Advanced Biomass Combustion Modelling for Clean Energy (Biomodelling)

Partners:
  • Czestochowa University of Technology (PL, Coordinator)
  • PGE Elektrownia Turów (PL)
  • Lappeenranta University of Technology (FI)
  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (FI)
  • Foster Wheeler Energy (FI)
  • Chalmers University of Technology

Project website

3. Future low emission biomass combustion systems (FutureBioTec)

Partners:
  • BIOENERGY 2020+ (AT, coordinator)
  • Graz University of Technology (AT)
  • University of Eastern Finland (FI)
  • Warma-Uunit (FI)
  • Technology and Support Centre in the Centre of Excellence for Renewable Resources,TFZ (DE)
  • Teagasc, Crops Research Centre (IE)
  • Institute of Power Engineering (PL)
  • Umeå University (SE)
  • Luleå University of Technology (SE)
  • SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden (SE)
  • Applied Plasma Physics (NO)

Project website

4. Scientific tools for fuel characterization for clean and efficient biomass combustion (SciToBiCom)

Partners:
  • Technical University of Denmark (DK, coordinator)
  • Åbo Akademi University (FI)
  • BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH (AT)
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO)

Project website