Partners and stakeholders
CARTIF will help SYSADVANCE in the design of the pilot plant (conceptual design,
optimization of operating parameters, scale-up protocols), and will define and analyse the biomethane composition according to EU quality standards.
The FCC group, a world leader in Environmental Services, Water Management and Infrastructures, has been delivering Services to Cities for more than 115 years and is present in over 30 countries, with 58,000 people and 6 billion euro turnover. FCC Environment provides environmental services to 60 million people in nearly 5,000 municipalities. From waste management and recycling to every municipal service, it processes annually 24.5 million tonnes of waste as a resource at nearly 200 sustainable facilities, recovering 3.5 million tonnes of recyclables and 360MW of non-fossil power. Innovation is in the DNA of FCC Environment, committed to reaching the UN’s Agenda 2030 SDG by means of developing e-mobility and boosting the society to transform towards a Circular Economy model.
Apart from LANDFILL BIOFUEL FCC Environment participates in other 7 circular economy and bioeconomy innovation projects in waste management: https://www.fccma.com/en/economia-circular-home
It is the association that promotes the use of natural gas and renewable gas in mobility. It has partners from multiple sectors such as energy, automotive, engineering, freight and passenger transport, ports, shipping companies, shipyards, universities and administrations, among others.
IVECO is a recognized EU leader in natural gas research and the sale of NGV, including trucks, vans and buses for various types of missions, especially urban operations.
SEAT is a global reference in the design, development and manufacture of NGV, and offers the widest range of CNG passenger cars in the European market.
As provider of biogas technology solutions, SYSADVANCE will design the pilot plant for VPSA upgrading technology to enrich the biomethane in order to meet the quality standards require for its use as fuel for vehicles.
UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA
UGR will be responsible for the quality characterization of the biogas extracted from current wells, together with the waste composition. It will be also in charge
Synergies and collaborations
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