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Novel biorefinery concepts for valorization of lignocellulosic residues

Programme Research and Education
Selection Open project
Competition title Third project call of Baltic Research programme
Donorstate/international project partner SINTEF AS (Norway), Estonian University of Life Sciences (Estonia)
Project national Nr. EEA-RESEARCH-173
GrACE project Nr. LV-RESEARCH-0011
Contract No. EEZ/BPP/VIAA/2021/7, 30.04.2021.
Contract Date 30.04.2021
Project title Novel biorefinery concepts for valorization of lignocellulosic residues
Project promoter Riga Technical University
Start of project eligibility 01.05.2021
Project end 30.04.2024
Total eligible costs 800 000.00€
Grant financing 680 000.00€
National co-financing 120 000.00€
Project status In implementation
Project goal/description To develop new, alternative solutions and approaches for efficient processing of lignocellulosic biomass into medium and high-value products. The total cost of the project is EUR 800 000.00, of which EUR 680 000.00 is co-financing from European Economic Area financial instrument and 120000.00 is National co-finding.
Implementation place Visa Latvija

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