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INFRES:Innovative and Effective Technology and Logistics for Forest Residual Biomass Supply in the EU

INFRES is a three year EU FP7 funded study focused on developing innovative technology and logistics for the forest residual biomass supply chain. The goal is to improve the overall competitiveness of forest residue biomass throughout the EU by accelerating technological (equipment and software) development and demonstrations. Following the directive for renewable energy targets in the EU, forest residue will continue to play an leading role in the renewable energy sector. This overall study focuses on the efficient collection, processing and delivery of woody feed stock for heating, power and emerging bio-refining uses. This research and demonstration project involves 23 partners, including nine research universities and organizations and 14 SMEs FELIS: FELIS will be leading Work Package 3, titled “Business innovations and adaptations of forestry practices to bioenergy supply”. This research effort first evaluates the future customers and markets of forest biomass to 2050 and then focuses on how existing forestry practices may be modified in order to enhance and improve biomass recovery. Partnering with both software companies and regional bioenergy firms, this work task develops business and service innovations in order to improve organization efficiency, lowering cost and improving service.

Weitere Informationen: http://www.infres.eu
Ansprechpartner: DEES M
Tel: (49) 0761 203 3694
Email: matthias.dees@felis.uni-freiburg.de
Projektbeginn: 01.09.2012
Projektende: 31.08.2015
Stellvertretung: Juliana Walkiewicz
Finnish Forest Research Institute:
Professor Antti Asikainen
Tel. +358 50 391 3250

Professur für Fernerkundung und Landschaftsinformationssysteme
Prof. Dr. Barbara Koch
Tennenbacherstr. 4
79106 Freiburg i. Br.

Telefon: +49 761 203-3694
Fax: +49 761 203-3701
Email: ferninfo@felis.uni-freiburg.de

SLU Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Sweden BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria IVALSA National Research Council of Italy, Trees and Timber Institute, Italy EFI European Forest Institute, Finland FOBAWI Institute of Forest Utilization and Work Science University of Freiburg, Germany VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland CTFC Centre Technologic Forestal de Catalunya, Spain Skogforsk, Sweden IFER Institute of Forest Ecosystem Research, Czech Republic B.T.G. Biomass Technology Group B.V, the Netherlands Valentini SRL, Italy PEZZOLATO Officine Costruzioni Meccaniche Spa, Italy Ellettari Luca sas di Ellettari Luca ec, Italy Ecomond, Finland Cluster – Skogtekniska Klustret Ekonomisk Forening, Sweden CSF Serveis del Consorci Forestal de Catalunya sccl, Spain Schwarz Johann Schwarz, Austria Kesla Oy, Finland Konepaja Antti Ranta Oy, Finland FALLERT Fallert Ortenauer Holzenergie GMBH & CO KG, Germany FORSTWARE Forstware Informationsysteme GMBH, Germany SCHLEIMER Transport, Germany
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