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Renewable energy turn key projects


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Renewable energy turn key projects

  1. 1.<br />Connecting agriculture with <br />renewable resource processing <br />Enacting<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Trendsetter and Knowledge Partner<br />
  3. 3. Value for the renewable energy chain<br />We create value for all in the renewable energy chain, eg.<br />Suppliers of raw materials;<br />Processing industries;<br />Suppliers of technology;<br />etc.<br />We work together with:<br />Agriculture specialists<br />Finance specialists<br />Engineers<br />Scientists<br />
  4. 4. Renewable Resources (1)<br />Up to date knowledge and information on latest developments in energy crop growing<br />Predominantly aimed at furnishing hands-on advice to growers<br />Practical field trials regarding selection of varieties, crop planning, fertilization, crop protection (biological / chemical)<br />Practical added value to the grower<br />
  5. 5. Renewable Resources (2)<br />Recurrent on-farm extension visits<br />Tailor-made advise on the utilization of natural resources <br />Connecting partners in the renewable energy chain (eg. Suppliers of raw materials, processing industries, suppliers of technology, etc.)<br />
  6. 6. International (1)<br />Private sector development<br />Project identification and project design<br />Feasibility studies and business development<br />Financial engineering<br />Cultivation support, detachment of experts and farm management <br />Training of local staff<br />
  7. 7. International (2)<br />Public sector and NGOs<br />Agricultural project and program identification, formulation, and appraisal, implementation and evaluation <br />Institutional development and capacity building<br />
  8. 8. Renewable Energy Expertise<br />
  9. 9. Well-to-Wheel <br />Applied research on production of rape seed and other energy crops<br />Combination of ethanol production with<br />Anaerobic digestion<br />Protected cultivation horticulture (greenhouses)<br />Production of aqua ammonia<br />Production of algae<br />Biogas for transport<br />Combination of biogas / bio oil / biodiesel / bioethanol production<br />Natural gas for transport and agricultural mechanization<br />
  10. 10. Renewable Resources<br />Biogas<br />Anaerobic digestion of manure and co-substrates<br />Anaerobic digestion of maize only<br />Combination with greenhouses<br />Combination with dairy production<br />Combination with pool heating<br />Bioplastics <br />Heatpumps and biomass incineration in several situations <br />
  11. 11. Renewable Energy ScanIdentification/ calculation of possibilities regarding:<br />SolarEnergy<br />Wind Energy<br />Heat Pumps<br />Energy Storage<br />Biomass<br />Incineration<br />Anaerobic Digestion<br />Gasification<br />Pyrolysis<br />Biofuels<br />Energy crops<br />
  12. 12. Cultivation support and crop planning<br />
  13. 13. General plan of actionOptimization of energy crop cultivation <br />Phase I<br />Planning<br />Site visit<br />Information processing<br />Reporting investment plan and plan of action<br />Phase II<br />Detachment of master grower<br />Training of local management<br />Cultivation support through regular site visits by Dutch expert<br />Organization & management<br />
  14. 14. Final report & Presentation<br />Drafting<br />Information Processing<br />Site visit<br />Planning<br />Netherlands<br />On site<br />Netherlands<br />2nd Month<br />1st Month<br />Planning<br />
  15. 15. Crop Cultivation Support<br />Main areas of focus (needs, restrictions and possibilities):<br />Crop planning<br />Selection of varieties<br />Utilisation of natural resources (soil, water, air)<br />Fertilisation and integrated pest management (eg. GIS-based crop protection programme) <br />Mechanisation and equipment<br />Post-harvest handling and storage<br />
  16. 16. Year 1<br />Year 2<br />Year 4<br />Year 3<br />Turn-key support svs<br />Detachment of master grower<br />Training of local management 1)<br />Cultivation support 2)<br />Organization & management 3)<br />Practical training in The Netherlands for local staff<br />Regular monitoring visits<br />Production, management and operations, and management information administration and reporting<br />Approach for production & performance<br />
  17. 17. Reporting<br />Final report and investment plan<br />Presentation of findings and recommendations<br />
  18. 18. Contact<br /><br />Albertus van Leusenweg 14<br />7425 CE Deventer<br />The Netherlands<br />+31 6 275 91 682<br /><br />