Author: Ingelia

R&D project financed by RETOS program

According to the R&D strategy of Ingelia, we have initiated a project to study the thermochemical transformation of hydrochar for high value products, product optimization and process in a particle reactor. This project has received the support from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and the European Union through the credit lines provided on RETOS program.

R&D project with IVACE

Within the R & D strategy of Ingelia, a project has been initiated for the development of a sustainable biorefinery system applicable to the recovery of citrus residues, based on combining the hydrothermal carbonization technology, already developed by Ingelia, with anaerobicdigestion and the cultivation of microalgae for a full use of citrus waste and its…

Atlantic Biorefinery Conference

From 7 to 9 2017, Ingelia participated to the Atlantic Biorefinery Conference, held in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. During the conference, focused on DISCOVERING innovative sustainable TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE BIOECONOMY, researchers, engineers, entrepreneurs, and funders descended on Fredericton, New Brunswick to learn about the latest tech and policies around biofuels, bioenergy, bioproducts, and biorefining.

VDi International Conference in Copenhagen

In June 2017, Ingelia participated to the “Energy and Materials from Waste”. the conference provided a wide range of information about  innovations and trends, as well as on the current legal position on waste disposal. Ingelia contributed presenting the benefits of using HTC for  sludge treatment, in comparison with currently adopted technologies.

Lecture in the Queen Mary University

The Queen Mary University of London has organized in the first week of April an event on HTC where the most recognized researchers in the field present their findings. Ingelia presents in session 4 of the conference, April 4, 2017, under the title “Hydrothermal Carbonisation of Organic Fraction – Municipal Solid Waste”.

Sale of an HTC plant in UK

Ingelia has won the European-level bidding process which began in late 2016, by which the University of Nottingham proceeded to select the company that should build a hydrothermal carbonization plant. Several European and British companies were presented to this public competition, but Ingelia was the winning one. ( Ingelia has already started the project to…

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