Modular units, using standard industry systems where possible, there’s lots to like about the Envergent system for drop-in renewable fuels being developed as a joint venture by Ensyn and Honeywell’s UOP.
Even more impressive are the economics of the system, its ability (as a thermochemical system) to use a wide variety of feedstocks, and the long-standing history with the underlying RTP system provided by Ensyn (proven over 20 years in the production of biobased flavoring and chemical products).
READ MORE: All about the project, here.
The Complete 2012 Biofuels Digest Awards
Best Project – Thermochemical
Best Project – Fermentation
Best Project – Hybrid
Best Project (demonstration)
Best Project (pilot)
Best Technology Extension
Best New Fuel
New Feedstock (Demonstration)
New Feedstock (Trial)
Consumer Product of the Year (biobased)
Consumer Product of the Year (biofuels)
Partnership of the Year
Special Editor’s Award – Comeback of the year
Special Editor’s Award – Sustainable technology
Book of the Year
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- Envergent. Premium Renewable Energy partner for Malaysian biomass project
- Burn rate? Envergent selected for Crane pyrolysis project at US currency print plant
- Fibria to establish strategic alliance with Ensyn, invests $20M
- Ensyn, Tolko to build world's largest fast pyrolysis plant in Canada
- Honeywell's UOP to break ground on Hawaii advanced biofuels demonstration
- ZeaChem vs Ensyn: Who's the best?
- Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Process Improvement Award: Renewable Energy Group
- Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Best New Fuel Award: ARA, Chevron Lummus Global, 100% drop-in aviation biofuel
- Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Best Project (Thermochemical) Award: KiOR — Columbus, Mississippi
- The Digest’s Bottom Line: when will we know about Proterro?
- Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Yield Improvement Award: Mascoma, Lallemand Ethanol Technology — TransFerm
- Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Best Project (pilot) Award: Gevo, Virent, Avantium — renewable paraxylene
- DOE to award $30 million for advanced biofuels feedstock, processing improvements
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