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Renewable energy

Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Biomass is any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy.


Det finns 97 sidor som är taggade med Renewable energy:
Department of Energy and Technology

Department of Energy and Technology

At the department of energy and technology, research and education are conducted focusing on how agriculture can contribute to a sustainable society. We have extensive expertise in technology and

Biogas

The project investigated the Swedish farmers' collaboration in farm-based biogas production and studied the effects of various forms of collaboration for the entrepreneur's profitability, production,

Daniel Bergquist

Daniel Bergquist

Researcher in Landscape Architecture. Systems analysis and regenerative design Areas of interest  Systems theory and -analysis Regenerative design Sustainable (urban) development Circular food

Microbiology of the biogas process

Microbiology of the biogas process

Biogas is produced through degradation of organic material in complex microbial processes. We aim to find solutions for optimised gas production with higher yields and improved process stability.

Biogas

At SLU we work with the whole biogas chain. An unique feature for our research is that we answer questions about both energy generation and waste treatment. We have our own biogas plant as well as

Biogas research at the Department of Economics

Biogas research at the Department of Economics

The aim in this study is to investigate Swedish farmers’ experiences with collaborative initiatives in farm-based biogas production. The project is called "Collaboration for improved profitability

CoMush

CoMush

On September 1, 2017 the project Forest residues for combined edible mushroom and biofuel production (COMUSH) started. The project is part of the innovation project "BioEconomy 2.0 - Better

Demonstration of small-scale biogas upgrading at the biogas plant of Sötåsen

The objective is to demonstrate a cost efficient concept for small-scale upgrading of biogas and use as vehicle fuel. The technology implemented is based on the concept of in-situ methane enrichment

Ash for removing carbon dioxide during production of liquefied biogas

Liquified biogas (LBG) is produced by reducing the temperature to < -161 °C. The carbon dioxide concentration in the biogas must be < 50 ppm and it is costly to reach that level. There is a need to

Energy Systems Engineering

Information for those studying on the Energy Systems Engineering programme. As this programme is taught in Swedish there will not be any information in English. On the pages in Swedish you will find

Ongoing projects

Our goal is to generate knowledge that allows a controlled manangement of the microbiological biogas process. We aim to reach high effectivity, stability and biogas production in constructed reactors

Ebba Perman

Ebba Perman

I am a PhD student at the Department of Molecular Sciences at SLU in Anna Schnürer's group, where we work with anaerobic microbiology in biogas processes. In my research I focus on high solid

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