EU Projects

At AlgaePARC we presently coordinate three large collaborative European projects and participate in several others. The different projects cover different products: bioplastics, biofuels, food and feed additives.

Splash

Around the world steps are being taken to move from today’s fossil based economy to a more sustainable economy based on biomass. The 4-year SPLASH project will develop a new biobased industrial platform using microalgae as a renewable raw material for the sustainable production and recovery of hydrocarbons and (exo)polysaccharides from the species Botryococcus braunii and further conversion to renewable polymers.

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Splash

Fuel4Me

FUEL4ME is driven by the urgent need of transforming our energy model into a sustainable one, which pursues the European and global energy goals, reducing CO2 emissions, finding alternatives to fossil fuels and fostering the renewable energies. In order to make microalgae as a source for biofuels competitive with fossil fuels, it is important to reduce opera

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Fuel4Me

Miracles

Microalgae are a promising feedstock for sustainable supply of commodities and specialties for food, feed and non-food products. Despite this potential, implementation to date is limited, which is mainly due to unfavourable economics.

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Miracles

AlgaDisk

The aim of the ALGADISK project is to develop a modular, scalable, and automatic biofilm reactor for algae biomass production, with low operational and installation costs. The reactor will be designed to capture CO2 from industrial emissions to produce high value organic products. In this system, algae will be grown both in an aqueous environment and on bioc

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AlgaDisk

InteSusal

InteSusAl - Demonstration of integrated and sustainable microalgae cultivation with biodiesel validation – is one of three selected demonstration projects from the European Union. The overall objective of InteSusAl is to demonstrate an integrated approach to generate biofuels from algae in a sustainable manner on an industrial scale. More precisely, th

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InteSusal
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