1 FLANDERS INNOVATION HUB FOR SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY: FLANDERS PRIVATE PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP ON CHEMISTRY Ontmoeting met de Belgische chemie en lifescience industrie, 11 dec 2014 Egwin Minami, Program manager
2 The Global/European picture ViA Flanders in Action Europe 2020 Innovation Centre Flanders New Industrial Policy Flanders Innovation Union Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era Transformation through innovation (Industrial innovation policy)
3 How to reach our goal Basic Research Applied Research Proof of concept Prototype Preproduction Production FISCH workfield Stimulation of strategic R&D topics FISCH sets up and finances innovation projects that focus on collective interests and gains using the principles of open innovation Stimulation of start-ups FISCH projects Have at least 3 partner companies Combine expert knowledge from multiple research institutes Develop regionally anchored value chains
4 Strong focus on sustainability Resources Processes Products RENEWABLES PROCES INTENSIFICATION & OPTIMISATION Advanced SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS VALORISATION OF SIDE STREAM Knowledge tools
5 Strategische Thema s
6 Strategische thema s: roadmaps
7 Activities Membership FISCH level Program level Project level Events, KET roadmaps, stimulation of strategic R&D topics Open consortium meetings, roadmapping exercises Set up projects for FISCH budget Set up projects for other channels
8 Projectstatus Goedgekeurde projecten (status 12/2014, alleen consortia) 18 ondernemingsconsortia met 40-tal ondernemingen waarvan ~50% KMO s bewust kortlopend 2jaar, max één verlenging. Integratie project Flanders Plastic Vision lopende. Spin-off gerealiseerd (AVORE), 1 gesteunde start-up in realisatie (Kaloritum) R&D productlijn 3M toegewezen aan FISCH consortia voor Europa. Project procedure stimuleert Research concentratie en synergie (uniek) Internationaliseringsinitiatieven, met consortia van kennisinstellingen en internationale bedrijven, zijn lopende.
9 FISCH project portfolio with the aim to close the materialcycle Renewable Chemicals Vlaams Algenplatform Omega-Extract DEMOSPIR Carboleum Biovertol AMBER Chitinsect LigniWaste Bio-Wax Bio-esters Process Intensification & Optimization Plant-on-a-truck ATOM AnM(B)BR SUCCeSS ECA-WatT Knowledge Tools ASOPUS BEEHAPPY BlueChem Advanced Sustainable Products ALFIBOND PU-Recycling FRoptiPLAST Tabachem II DMF Free textile coating SUPER Solvents SUPER mat4construct Sidestream Valorization Symbiose
10 FISCH project partners
11 Renewables (1) VLAAMS ALGEN PLATFORM (NIS project): total budget 256,555 (subsidy 205,244) The Flemish Algae platform is a stimulating and facilitating environment for the establishment of existing algae activities and the development of new initiatives. OMEGA-EXTRACT (ICON project): total budget 1,103,802 (subsidy 923,806) A research project for the extraction and refinery of long chain omega-3 rich oils from micro algae on lab and pilot scale. DEMOSPIR (SME feasibility study): total budget 45,436 (subsidy 22,719) This study includes the cultivation of Spirulina on demonstration scale (200 m²) in greenhouses that were formerly used for the cultivation of Azalea.
12 Renewables (2) CARBOLEUM (ICON project): total budget 1,036,462 (subsidy 673,322) The goal of this project is the creation of a new value chain for biomass-based chemicals. As raw material in the value chain there will be a focus on low-value biomass streams that contain lignocellulose or low-grade sugars and that may result in the desired biomass-based chemicals. BIOVERTOL (ICON project): total budget 1,622,095 (subsidy 1,102,083) This project aims at the synthesis of branched mono-alcohols (C6-C40) from renewable raw materials and their conversion into valuable chemicals (eg esters, urethanes, surfactants, lubricants, ). Starting materials are lower and higher bio-alcohols.
13 Renewables (3) LIGNIWASTE (O&O-haalbaarheidsstudies): total budget 102,056 (subsidy 40,822) Study on the waste water treatment of a paper producer in order to further purify the lignin stream to be used for bio-based chemistry, and in order to further purify the water to be used for the production of boiler water. Partners Purazur and Sappi. BIOWAX (ICON project, submission in Aug 2014): total budget 600,000 (subsidy 500,000) Due to a more optimized installation of the petrochemical refinery, long chain alkanes will become more scarce. The goal of this project is to ensure this supply and produce long chain alkanes from waste lipids for certain applications, i.e. candles and coatings. The performance of these new crude and purified biowaxes will be evaluated for both applications and the best resource-process combinations will be developed for each purpose and formulated in new consumer products.
14 Advanced Sustainable Products ALFIBOND (O&O project): total budget 970,973 (subsidy 520,406) Recycling of PU-foam and thermoplastic fibres into foam-nonwovens via Airlaid technology PU-Recycling (O&O haalbaarheidsstudie) Recycling of PU-isolation material from construction and demolition sites.
15 Process Intensific. & Optim. ATOM (ICON project) (industrial platform for flow chemistry) Development of a center of expertise and pilot production installation for industrial flow processes in Flanders
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