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EUBCE 2022 - Malin PETTERSSON - Extended Operating Time for Existing CHP Plants by Co-Production of Climate Efficient Bio Oil

Extended Operating Time for Existing CHP Plants by Co-Production of Climate Efficient Bio Oil

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Co-production of biofuels and biochemicals

Co-production of Biofuels and Biochemicals

Extended Operating Time for Existing CHP Plants by Co-Production of Climate Efficient Bio Oil

Short Introductive summary

The integration of bio oil production in an existing CHP plants has been studied from a technical and climate perspective. The findings shows relevance of industrial application and commercialization of this technology as an opportunity to reduce large amount of GHG emissions in the transport sector and provide CHP operators with new products and market role. GHG emission avoidance potential is calculated using EU Innovation fund methodology. We believe that the work is very relevant for, and will engage with, both the scientific and industrial audience of the EUBCE.

 EUBCE Student Awardee Presentation

Presenter

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Malin PETTERSSON

Lund University, Environmental and Energy Systems

Presenter's biography

PhD student at the division for Environmental and Energy Systems at Lund University. The PhD position is within the field of sustainability criteria for biomass fueled heat- and power production from an energy company's and contemporary social and environmental perspective.

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Co-authors:

M. Pettersson, Lund University, SWEDEN
L Björnsson, Lund University, SWEDEN
P Börjesson, Lund University, SWEDEN
C Gustavsson, Karlstad University, SWEDEN
P Ottosson, Kraftringen Energi, Lund, SWEDEN

Session reference: 6BO.14.3