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Anhydro biofuel technology for Dong Energy

By Gerald Ondrey |

When the United Nations convenes its 2009 climate summit in Copenhagen, Inbicon A/S (Fredericia, Denmark; www.inbicon.com) — the technology company of Dong Energy — will showcase its biomass-to-ethanol conversion and energy-integration at the new 1.4 million-gallon-per-year demonstration plant. Anhydro (Søborg, Denmark; www.anhydro.com) has delivered the drying system for this plant. “Mid of 2008 we designed the first second generation bioethanol demonstration plant for the production of bioethanol, biofuel and molasses,” says project manager, Henrik Boye Jørgensen from Inbicon . Inbicon is the technology company of Dong Energy and the company is to establish its own second generation bioethanol production on a future demonstration plant in connection to the Asnæs Power Plant in Kalundborg, Denmark. The production is based on the Inbicon technique using wheat straw as feedstock. The plant will produce 5.4 million L/yr of bioethanol, on the basis of 30,000 tonnes of straw. There will also be produced 8,250 tonnes of biofuel and 11,100 tonnes of animal feed. “The first bioethanol will be ready in connection with the climate summit at the end of 2009,” says Henrik Boye…
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