The LignoCity Initiative, 2016 Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability (PEERS) Conference Proceedings
An important step when developing new processes and products is upscaling, i.e., taking the innovation through the lab-, pilot-, and demo-scale stages. During the demo-scale stage, important strengths and weaknesses in what you are trying to develop are revealed, clearly defining the challenges you face. The LignoCity Initiative invites R&D&I participants to contribute to the fields of lignin separation, lignin upgrading/purification, and lignin applications by helping define and create an open innovation site for upscaling new ideas.. The place offering these opportunities is the same site where the LignoBoost process was demonstrated. It provides a very flexible environment where different processes or unit operations along different lignin value-chains can be up-scaled. The region and municipality where the site is located, as well as the regional university and local, regional, national and international companies are involved as partners in the LignoCity Initiative. This initiative is part of the Swedish Testbed Programme, which is financed by Vinnova (Sweden’s Innovation Agency).
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