Joint Call 11

Bioenergy – smart and flexible energy system

In the framework of ERA-NET Bioenergy, the 11th joint call was launched on Oct 10th 2016 for proposals on the topic “Bioenergy as part of a smart and flexible energy system”.

Six countries participated with their national programmes in this coordinated activity: Austria, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland.

Six projects were recommended for funding. These projects have already started their work in 2018. These projects have already started their work in early 2017. These two are listed below

List of funded projects

1. Hydrogen energy by solar activation of cellulose (HESAC)
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology(S, coordinator)
  • Ekolog sp. z o.o(PL)
  • Zoz GmbH (Associate Partner) (D)
2. Biogas for Future Electric and Gas Grids(BioFEGG)
  • Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK) (Fi, coordinator)
  • BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH (A)
  • Metener Oy (Fi)
  • Mustankorkea Oy (Fi)
  • Jahotec Oy(Fi)
  • Luleå University of Technology(S)
  • Institute of Environmental Biotechnology (BOKU) (A)
  • EVM Energie Versorgung Margarethen am Moos GmbH(A)
3. Evaluation and reduction of methane emissions from different European biogas plant concepts (EvEmBi)
  • DBFZ Deutsche Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH (DBFZ (D, coordinator)
  • Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management, University of Stuttgart (ISWA) (D)
  • Fachverband Biogas e. V. (D)
  • Institute of Waste Management, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) (A)
  • BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH (A)
  • AAT Biogas Technology (AAT) (A)
  • Kompost & Biogas Verband Österreich (KBVÖ) (A)
  • Genossenschaft Ökostrom Schweiz (ÖS-CH) (CH)
  • EVM Energie Versorgung Margarethen am Moos GmbH(A)
  • Berner Fachhochschule (FHB) (CH)
  • Oester Messtechnik GmbH (Oester) (CH)
  • RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB (RISE) (S)
  • Avfall Sverige (AVS) (S)
  • Svenskt Vatten (SV) (S)
  • Technical University of Denmark (DTU) (DK)
  • European Biogas Association (EBA) (B)
4. Value-optimised use of biomass in a flexible energy infrastructure (VaBiSys)
  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd (Fi, coordinator)
  • DBFZ (D)
  • RISE (S)
  • Valmet Technologies Oy (Fi)
  • Helen (Fi)
  • Falbygdens Energi AB (S)
  • E.On Gas Sverige AB (S)
  • Enertech AB (S)
  • SFTec (Fi)
5. Advanced biomass CCHP based on gasification, SOFC and cooling machines (Bio-CCHP)
  • Graz University of Technology (TUG), Institute of Thermal Engineering (A, coordinator)
  • BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH (A)
  • REPOTEC GmbH & Co KG (RPT) (A)
  • SynCraft Engineering GmbH (SYC) (A)
  • Highterm Research Ges.mbH (HTR) (D)
  • Institute of Power Engineering (IEN) (Pl)
  • Modern Technologies and Filtration Sp. z o.o (MTF) (PL)
  • RISE Research Institutes of Sweden (S)
  • Cortus Energy AB (CRT) (S)
6. Development of a heat integrated steam explosion pretreatment process to unlock the biogas potential of manure (ManuMax)
  • Bern University of Applied Sciences (BFH) (CH, coordinator)
  • IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute (S)
  • CIT Industriell Energi AB (S)
  • Bürki Electric AG (CH)

Documents Joint call 11

Project descriptions (summary) joint call 11


Public Abstracts/summary final report joint call 11