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1 Sustainable bio-energy Regional Innovations in Bio-energy, Food and Feed Production Onno van Dijk project manager life sciences

2 World energy consumption and (non) renewable energy (1)

3 World energy consumption and (non) renewable energy (2) Word energy consumption in EJ coal oil natural gas nuclear power total non renewable (traditional) biomass water power wind energy (new) biomass solar energy total renewable (2006) (2) (100) (2030) (170)

4 Climate protection and CO 2 emission reduction

5 Bio-energy from organic rest materials ‘Green’ Asphalt production (draft for Kootstertille,…) Anaerobic Digestion Plant Input: tonnes fruit waste and vegetable waste Production electricity:50 TJ(e/Annum biogas:1,7 million m³/Annum (37 TJ/Annum) excess heat:5 TJ(th)/Annum Asphalt production Kootstertille Production Asphalt:2 million tonnes/Annum Consumption Electricity:4,3 TJ(e)/Annum Gas2.5 million m ³ /Annum (55 TJ/Annum)

6 Separated collection Asphalt production ‘Green’ asphalt Anaerobic digestion plant Fertilizer substitution Vegetable waste and fruit waste Grass Grass verges and parks Remaining materials like wood, paper, glass and plastics) Manure Digestate Organic rest materials Leafs and straw Feed ‘Green’ asphalt from ‘green’ energy out of organic rest materials Food Biogas “Green’ energy out of organic rest materials ! Composting CO 2 !

7 Bio-energy from organic rest materials Proposed prohibitions and priorities dumping prohibition digestable products no export of digestable products no aerobic decomposition processes give priority to sustainable energy to the grid consider digestate as compost or fertilizer substitution, not to be´waste´

8 Bio-energy from renewable resources

9 9 DDGS (feed) Wheat Greenn Co. FACTORY Bioethanol (energy) Steam Gluten (food) Waste incineration Bran (food) Carbon dioxide

10 Greenn Co (2) (draft for Wijster) Annual raw material need: wheat tonnes Annual production of energy, food and feed energy: ethanol tonnes ( m 3 ) food: gluten tonnes and bran tonnes feed: dried distillers grains with soluables tonnes Annual CO 2 emission reduction and efficiency advanced ethanol production process with use of excess heat tonnes – 90 % conventional ethanol production process without use of excess heat tonnes – 45 %

11 Kg/ha Renewable resources and agricultural research Breeding system combining crop rotation and inter cropping Peas and rye Triticale Kg/ha Landscape maize Months

12 Discussion Legends (Questions) ! ? 1.Renewable resources do not contribute to climate protection ! ? 2.Energy crops are ‘area’ competitive with food ! ? 3.Using renewable resources for energy leads to rising food prices ! ? 4.In Asia and South America rainforests are cut down, so fuel tanks can be filled with palm oil ! ? 5.A sustainable energy supply is also possible without the use of renewable resources ! ? 6.Sustainable bio-energy is an opportunity for regional economical development ! ? 7.……………………………….. ! ?


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