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    Industrial technologies Aarhus University April 2012 Industrial technologies Aarhus University April 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • EUROPEAN INDUSTRY IN 2020INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGYIN A GLOBALIZED WORLD Per Falholt, Exec. VP R&D Novozymes A/S
    • NOVOZYMES IN BRIEF World leader in industrial enzymes &  More than 700 products used in 130 microorganisms countries in > 30 different industries Enzymes account for 90% of turnover  ~ 6,000 employees in total 47% share of the global industrial  14% of sales are reinvested in R&D enzyme market worldwide Sales 2011: DKK 10.5 billion (~€1.4  More than 6,500 granted patents and billion) pending patent applications PRODUCTION RESEARCH
    • Industrial Biotechnology – everywhere in our daily life
    • INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY A key enabler for the biobased economy… …an envisioned future where biomass replaces fossil oil
    • THE BIOREFINERY AT THE CENTRE OFTHE BIOBASED ECONOMY
    • Biomass Enzymatic Fermentation Recovery &pretreatment hydrolysis purification Biotechnology at the centre of the biorefinery
    • Biomass Enzymatic Fermentation Recovery &pretreatment hydrolysis purification Cellulose Glucose Biotechnology at the centre of the biorefinery
    • Biomass Enzymatic Fermentation Recovery &pretreatment hydrolysis purification Biotechnology at the centre of the biorefinery
    • Biomass Enzymatic Fermentation Recovery &pretreatment hydrolysis purification Biotechnology at the centre of the biorefinery
    • Biomass Enzymatic Fermentation Recovery &pretreatment hydrolysis purification Biotechnology at the centre of the biorefinery
    • WHAT’S IN IT FOR EUROPE? • Generate €31bn in revenues* Growth • Save €49bn on oil import* • Strengthen innovation/technological leadership Jobs • Up to 1mill. jobs by 2020* mainly in rural zones Energy • Increase energy security by substituting more Energy than 50% of all gasoline security • Reducing GHG emission from gasoline related Climate road transport by 50% 11 Sources: Bloomberg New Energy Finance (2010), RED.
    • Lab Pilot Demonstration Full scale production facility(g) (kg) (t) (kt)
    • LACK OF EU SUPPORT FOR DEMONSTRATIONInternational benchmark on the share of basic, applied and developmentactivities Developed Applied FP7 BasicKorean, Chinese andUS federal R&Dfunds mainlygo to AppliedDevelopmentwhereas Europe hasthe highest share ofBasic ResearchFunding Source: Key Science and Engineering Indicators, National Scientific Board, 2010 Digest, NSF, http://cordis.europa.eur/erawatch, OECD “Research & Development Statistics
    • BARRIERS TO DEPLOYMENT IN EUROPENeed for biomass collection Conversion economics – No incentives for demand for infrastructure economies of scale biobased product No market for residues Biorefinery financing
    • POLICY SUPPORT & COORDINATION ARENEEDED… Resource Efficiency EU Climate HORIZON Change Policy 2020 KBBE REACH FP7 Lead Market Research Initiative Financing IB SMEs Environment KET action plan … Industry EU BIOBASED CAP EU Biobased ECONOMY Renewable REFORM Economy Energy Agriculture Energy Directive Cohesion Reform sugar regime Biomass Action Plan Cohesion & Structural funds …TO REALIZE THE POTENTIAL
    • Thank you