The Bioliquids-CHP project contributes to strategic cooperation between the EU and Russian by gathering together partners from the EU and Russia. The consortium consists of:
· Two SMEs, one specialised in developing thermo-chemical biomass conversion processes (BTG) and one specialised in the field of engine developments, specifically for gasification of biomass materials (ECT);
· Two academic universities, one specialised in the development of bio-liquid emulsions and their testing in engines (UFL) and one specialised in assessment of bioenergy projects (UAS);
· One Russian research centre highly skilled in development of catalysts for emission control (BIC);
· Two Russian industrial companies, one specialised in engine development (NAMI) and one specialised in manufacturing diesel-operated engines and vehicles (ZIL).
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