- Written by Anna Strom
In doing so he will be leaning on Bio4Energy’s vision of developing efficient and sustainable biorefinery, from seed to advanced biofuels and “green” chemicals, and on the common effort of the B4E partners to market and to marry together the many biorefinery pilots facilities and demonstration units that line the eastern coast of northern Sweden.
“We have a number of demonstration units and are world leading in much of what we do up north” in terms of biorefinery based on forest-sourced products or organic waste, said Tullin on the eve of leaving Sweden for Rio de Janerio. He added that he was “happy to be representing Bio4Energy” which has been intensifying its cooperation with SP since the autumn of 2011.
“Our research activities are more integrated in the economy at large than in many other places”, Tullin said with reference to the bioenergy and biorefinery cluster in northern Sweden.