On the 4th of September, the D-Twin Baltic online consortium meeting took place.
Following delegates participated:
Hesameddin Fatehi, Lund University
Adolfas Jancauskas, LEI
Ludvig Landen, BIOCHAR.TECH
Linn Möller, NSR AB
Nerijus Striugas, LEI
Olexeiy Verbovskij, Gas Institute NASU
Hennadiy Zhuk, Gas Institute NASU
Jörgen Held, Baltic Energy innovation Centre (BEIC)
The progress of the seed funding project was discussed.
Next on the work plan was the combined physical and online workshop and study tour at Filborna landfill in Helsingborg, operated by NSR AB. It was decided to take place on the 10th of November.
It was also decided to ask the Swedish Institute for a prolongation of the project to find a new lead partner and, time wise, be better aligned with the other relevant project activities.
The next meeting is scheduled to the 16th of October at 10:00 CET.
On the 25th April, Hesameddin Fatehi, Marcus Lundgren and Per Tunestål from Lund University and Jörgen Held, coordinator D-Twin Baltic, visited Ludvig Landen, NSR AB and RecoPark in Helsingborg.
From left: Hesameddin Fatehi, Marcus Lundgren, Per Tunestål and Ludvig Landen. Photo: Jörgen Held
At RecoPark, garden waste and recycled wood are used as feedstock to produce biochar through pyrolysis. There are several other interesting facilities at the site, such as a two gas engines (2 x 300 kWel) fed with landfill gas and a boiler fed with pyrolysis gas and/or landfill gas.
A pilot plant pyrolysis reactor is planned to be installed at the site to enable parametric studies and research and development of the pyrolysis process.
On the 23rd of February Jörgen Held visited Prof. Xue-Song Bai and Dr. Hesameddin Fatehi at the Department of Energy Sciences, Lund University.
Ludn University is iterested in becoming a full partner in the application for a regular Interreg project. Dr. Fatehi will join the next D-Twin Baltic project meeting and discuss how Lund University can contribute to the application and the project.