BRISK2 Biofuel Research Infrastructure – Call for projects open

Pamplona – CENER is one of the members of the BRISK2 (Biofuel Research Infrastructure) infrastructure access project, a network of biorefinery infrastructures which provides free-of-charge transnational access to research and testing facilities. The network is comprised of 15 partners and their installations. Any researcher meeting the eligibility criteria can apply to visit any of the project partners located outside of their home country.

The first call for small research projects to be carried out is now open until November 1st, 2017. For this transnational access CENER is offering each of the following installations:

  • Prototype pilot plant for biochemical conversion of biomass and new biogenic feedstocks;
  • Pilot plant for biochemical processes development;
  • Gasification unit;
  • Torrefaction pilot plant;
  • Peleting pilot plant.

Each project/candidate (from Universities or from industries) shall receive a fixed grant of €1,200 for covering travel and maintenance costs.

For more information, visit the BRISK2 website.

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