Author: Ingelia

New R&D project “BioReSteel”

Ingelia participates in the European R&D project BioReSteel “Valorization of wet biomass residues for sustainable steel production with efficient nutrient recycling”. BioReSteel will develop a novel concept for biocarbon production suitable and optimized for the EAF steelmaking process. Instead of producing biochar from high-grade and high-value biomass resources (e.g., forest wood), BioReSteel focuses on exploring,…

Commissioning of the HTC plant of Renasci

Renasci Oostende and Ingelia announce the commissioning of a new industrial HTC Plant in Belgium. An important step forward in the Ingelia’s HTC deployment with already 4 operating industrial reactors, more than 60% of global market penetration in Industrial Hydrothermal Processes.

New R&D project “GO-Champlast”

Ingelia participates in the project “Grupo Operativo Champlast” (GO-Champlast). The aim of the project is to investigate the creation of a new value chain in the production of mushrooms through the circular economy. The CHAMPLAST Operational Group is represented by the Professional Association of Substrate and Mushroom Producers of La Rioja, Navarra and Aragón (ASOCHAMP),…

First workshop of the UPGRES project

The first workshop of the R&D UPGRES project has been held this November at the Rey Juan Carlos University. Ingelia explained the potential of the hydrothermal carbonization process (HTC) in the recovery of wet biomasses. The following link is the publication of the event in the LinkedIn project web: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/upgres-project_economaedacircular-activity-6991770723530768386–Xbc?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop The following link addresses you…

New R&D project financed by AVI

The new R&D project “Research on the industrial recovery of local biomass residues and cotton from the textile sector through a hydrothermal carbonization process for the furniture and construction sectors” carried out by a consortium in which Ingelia participates, has been granted a subsidy by the AVI (Valencian Innovation Agency), which, in turn, has FEDER…

New R&D project cofinanced by the AVI

The new R&D project “Production of renewable resins from residual biomass” carried out by a consortium in which Ingelia participate, has been awarded a subsidy by the AVI (Valencian Innovation Agency), which in turn has DEFER funds, and therefore it is co-financed by the European Union through the Operational Program of the European Regional Development…