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National Enercoast Conference in Dornum, 19.06.2012

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At the 19th June 2012,  a german enercoast conference with national stakeholders was held in Dornum, Germany.

The slides of the presenters can be found here:
icon Welcome slides
icon Gerard McGovern's slides
icon Dr. Manfred Bischoff's slides
icon Hilmar Gerdes' slides

Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 12:59

World Bioenergy 2012 - conference May29-31 in Jönköping SWEDEN

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Peter Eriksson from Innovatum will be presenting results from the Enercoast project during the Poster Sessions on the 29th of May. For more information check the following link:


World Bioenergy Conference 2012


New scientific poster uploaded to library

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A new poster has been published in the enercoast library:

Green House Gas emissions from Energy crops on peatland soils

This study will reveal new information of the connections between soil, drainage and management of energy crops in Denmark. Tanka Kandel has just started his Ph.d. and the poster presents the first preliminary results co-financed by Enercoast

icon Soil Physics Conference poster

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 March 2011 10:50

Straw to Energy

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This report/pamphlet gives a status of the technologies available and leading companies within the field of expertise in Denmark. The publication in english can be downloaded here:


Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:37

Project Meeting #8 – Trollhättan, Sweden

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 March 8-9th 2011.  Enercoast Project Partners met at Innovatum Technology Park - Trollhättan, West Sweden



Present (L to R): Top row - Peter Walsh (CPI, UK), Daniel Meyerholt(Univ.Oldenburg, DE), Knud Tybrik (AgroBusinessPark, DK), Inge Hårvard Aarskog (Ryfylke IKS, NO), Ian Fischer(Northumberland College, UK)

Middle row - Radka Ptacnikova(ICBM Univ. of Oldenburg, DE), Geir Skadberg(Fylkesmannen i Rogaland, NO), Lillemor Lindberg (Innovatum, SE), Gerard McGovern (COAST Univ. Oldenburg, DE), Hilmar Gerdes(LWK Niedersachsen, DE), Peter Eriksson (Innovatum, SE)

Bottom row - Christina Kjaerby(Region Midtjylland, DK), Sonja Andrén(Innovatum, SE), Thomas Klenke(COAST Univ. Oldenburg, DE)


Partners had a chance to report on their project progress and discuss successes and challenges they've experienced along the way.  

Last Updated on Monday, 14 March 2011 13:35
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