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“…Early reviews of the founding years of these research center initiatives can be found in a US Department of Agriculture (USDA) publication (Rudie 2009) and the European Joint Biorefinery Vision for 2030 (Annevelink and van den Oever 2010).…”
Section: Research and Commercial Development Centersmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Early reviews of the founding years of these research center initiatives can be found in a US Department of Agriculture (USDA) publication (Rudie 2009) and the European Joint Biorefinery Vision for 2030 (Annevelink and van den Oever 2010).…”
Section: Research and Commercial Development Centersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Reviews of biomass conversion projects for advanced biofuel development by the USDA Agricultural Research Service focused on residues and energy crops (Orts and McMahan 2016;Steiner and Buford 2016). A survey by the USDA Forest Service reviewed their research on pretreatment technologies for conversion of wood to ethanol, biomass gasification, and fuel pellet technology (Rudie et al 2016).…”
Section: Research and Commercial Development Centersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The biochemical route refers to hydrolysis of cellulosic and hemicellulosic parts of biomass into sugars and subsequently converting these into alcohols, usually ethanol, which can be used as fuel or fuel component (see the recent reviews by Virkajärvi et al, 2009, Dwivedi et al, 2009. (Rudie, 2008) Recently, in Norway, Xynergo has initiated collaboration with CHOREN, and is planning to proceed with pyrolysis. The thermochemical processes are typically based on either gasification of biomass to synthesis gas and subsequently converting the purified gasification gas to liquid products (biomass-to-liquids, BTL), or pyrolysis of biomass into bio-oil, which is subsequent upgraded into fuel grade products.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%