- Written by Anna Strom
The Swedish Centre for Biomass Gasification (SFC)—in which Bio4Energy’s ‘little sister’ Bio4Gasification is a research node—has a new leader since last month. So does the Bio4Energy Thermochemical Platform, which crew develops new knowledge on the nuts and bolts of entrained-flow gasification of biomass for the production of biofuels and “green” chemicals. In fact, even Bio4Gasification has a new person at its helm.
Reasons for change
The ball went rolling because one highly talented professor had too much to do, leading both the SFC, the Bio4Energy Thermochemical Platform and—after a successful round of applications for funding—the newish Biosyngas Programme, which delivers research and development (R&D) on behalf of the LTU Green Fuels Centre at Piteå, Sweden.
Impact on Bio4Energy R&D development