Published on 01-11-2016 09:15:36 by AGRIFORVALOR
The workshop was held on 25th October 2016 in Timisoara (south-west Romania) about how biogas technology can help the development of new solutions within the circular bioeconomy concept and create new supply chains using new feedstock to deliver not only
Among the organizers of the workshop were Pannon Pro Innovations Ltd, Central European Initiative, Hungarian Biogas Association, Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Timisoara, ArchEnerg, and ROSENC Cluster.
The main focus of the event was to work together with the experts of the Hungarian Biogas Association in a facilitated and interactive manner to find solutions to the challenge. Moreover, based on the answers of the Danubionet survey the workshop will steer the co-development process into the direction to bridge the gaps usually faced on bioeconomy project developments. ’Open innovation’ means when companies cannot or do not want to invest in R&D but rather decide to publish challenges and gather potential solutions from anywhere.
Adrienn Somosné Nagy, general manager of Pilze-Nagy Ltd. as a partner in Agriforvalor Project which is supported by EU Horizon 2020 program and co-ordinated by Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum (Germany) gave a presentation about the findings of the secondary data research on the Agriculture and Forest biomass sidestream valorisation technologies done by Wageningen University and Research Center at the workshop.