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Welcome to BioFuel Technology A/S

“Climate change, rising oil prices and a concern for future energy supplies, have led to a growing interest in the potential of using biomass for energy purposes” (An EU Strategy for Biofuels).

The BioFuel Technology ApS is specialized in producing biofuel based on biomass wastes such as agricultural manure, crop residues and animal by-products. These wastes are abundant and readily available in the open rural landscape in many countries worldwide. Converting waste to fuel and fertilizer offers new business opportunities and an environmentally benign disposal of the waste. The agricultural enterprises may by virtue of this technology meet strengthened environmental standards set by authorities.

Agriculture and associated industries have since early history produced Food, Fodder and Fibre. Recently, production of fuel, notably transport fuel, such as bioethanol and biomethane, has received attention and the production increased.

The term second generation biofuel or “cellulosic bioethanol” is a term for bioethanol (or biomethane) produced from cellulosic biomass (crop residues) as opposed to first generation bioethanol, which is conventionally produced on “starch” food crops as sugar cane, maize or wheat.

The BioFuel Technology ApS provides innovative and competitive technology for this new development. The substrates to be fermented to biofuel by BioFuel Technology A/S systems are, however, not only lignocellulosic crop and forest residues but also the substantial waste streams from industry, municipalities, and not least agriculture.

During the BioFuel Technology ApS process, the wastes are converted to biofuel, refined fertilizers, and pure water. In short, the wastes are converted to value and are at the same time eliminated. The adverse environmental impacts of wastes are abated.

“Bio-fuels are real! However, the full potential of bio-fuels can only be accessed once new methods of producing advanced bio-fuels are applied. Advanced biofuels will be based on biomass residues which increase the yield, decrease the cost and de-couble their production from that of food.” Jean Cadu, Strategic Fuels Development Manger, Bio-fuels, Shell.

The production input is agricultural waste and crop residues - the output is Fuel and Fertilizer.

The agricultural enterprises have further production and business potentials and a chance to alleviate their possible adverse environmental impact.

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We are proud to announce that we have created two new patents, there will change our clients CO2 footprint significant in future

For further information do not hesitate to contact us.

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