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LTU Green Fuels

LTU Green Fuels is one of the world's most advanced pilot plants for the gasification of various bioproducts to syngas and green fuels. The focus is on replacing fossil oil with green fuels. Operations are running 24/7.

In Green Fuels, Luleå University of Technology has a partnership with Chemrec and Haldor Topsö. In addition, a consortium of national and public actors is connected to the pilot plant. Professor Rikard Gebart leads the research at LTU Green Fuels in Piteå and Fredrik Granberg is the site manager.

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Researchers want to test-fly Swedish bio jet fuel 2021

Luleå University of Technology has been granted funding by the Swedish Energy Agency for a preparatory study, and hopefully, within a few years, they can test to produce bio jet fuel on Swedish forest–based residues - and test-fly it on commercial flights in Sweden. The preliminary study will facilitate and risk minimize a first commercial plant for the production of aviation bio jet fuel on Swedish forest–based residues.

Energy Engineering in the media: ”Så gör vi gemensamt flyget grönare”

Fredrik Granberg at Energy Engineering is one of three writers behind a debate article in the Swedish newspaper Svenska dagbladet, published on April 12, 2018.