The Green Chemistry Campus multiplies the chances of biobased business success for entrepreneurs who work on biobased innovations on the cutting edge of agro and chemistry.
Shared Research Center Biorizon focuses on the technology development for the production of biobased aromatics for performance materials, chemicals & coatings.
Nettenergy, that is based on the Green Chemistry Campus, is expanding rapidly as it has started a collaboration with business partners in Australia, South Pacific, the USA and Ukraine. Previously Nettenergy established collaborations with business partners in India and The Netherlands. The PyroFlash technology that Nettenergy has developed is unique in its production of bio-crude oil, wood gas, bio-char and other valuable bio-generated products. Because the production is scalable, mobile and self-sufficient it offers an attractive business model.
Shared Research Center Biorizon, that is located at the Green Chemistry Campus, is currently setting up a new project that aims to build an infrastructure to purify aromatics; acids in particular. For this new project Biorizon is looking for equipment supply companies that are interested to participate.
The recently appointed director of the Green Chemistry Campus Peter van den Dorpel steps down. In consultation with the board of directors it was concluded that the mutual expectations didn't match. Considering its ambitions, the Green Chemistry Campus will look for a new director that offers continuity and brings the Campus to full development.
05-10-2017 - 05-11-2017 / Cologne, Germany