Chempolis signs MOU with i3L to develop biorefineries in Indoensia

November 24, 2014 |

In Finland, Chempolis has signed an MOU with Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L) to jointly promote and develop commercial biorefinery projects. They also have agreed to jointly form a research centre with a focus on investigating the technical, economic, social, and policy aspects of developing sustainable biorefineries to catalyse the development of bioeconomy in Indonesia.

“Indonesia has huge potential for biorefining. The economics of Indonesian distributed power production can be improved by integrating biorefining and power production. We have studied business potential in Indonesia for a longer time and now we are eager to step to the next stage together with i3L.” says Pasi Rousu, President, Asia-Pacific and Americas, Chempolis Ltd.

Just last month, Chempolis signed another MOU with NRL to study to develop a bamboo ethanol plant in Northeastern India.

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