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2013-06-04 16:21:39

SKAERBAEK, Denmark, June 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Inbicon today announced a major technical milestone achieved by its first biomass refinery in Kalundborg, Denmark. Since opening December 2009, the demonstration plant has operated over 15,000 hours, turning wheat straw into cellulosic ethanol and other renewable fuel. "We were first in the world to test our process so extensively," says Benny Mai, Chief Commercial Officer of Inbicon. "We've spent over a decade and over $200,000,000...

2011-07-18 16:59:00

SKAERBAEK, Denmark, July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Inbicon has revealed a frugal new customer for the cellulosic ethanol made from straw at its Inbicon Biomass Refinery in Kalundborg. The biofuel powered the winning car in the Urban Concepts class of the 2011 Shell Eco-marathon in Europe, setting a new record at 1,197 miles per gallon (509 km/l), adjusted for energy equivalence with gasoline. "The Roadrunners team from the Technical University of Denmark designed, built, tuned, tested,...

2009-06-16 12:00:00

DENVER, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the Fuel Ethanol Workshop, Inbicon CEO Niels Henriksen introduced a new 20-million-gallon-a-year engineering model designed to demonstrate the Inbicon Biomass Refinery in North America. For the Danish bio-technology group, "this marks a major step along a practical pathway to cellulosic biomass conversion and commercial production of The New Ethanol," says Henriksen. Henriksen also announced working agreements with two U.S. grain-ethanol plants,...

2009-02-23 05:00:00

Danish biotech pioneer plans 20-million-gallon cellulosic expansions in North American grain-ethanol plants. SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, at the 14th annual National Ethanol Conference, Danish biotech pioneer Inbicon announced a series of technical and marketing initiatives for bringing commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol to North America. Under the banner of The New Ethanol, and in collaboration with the U.S.-based G-team, Inbicon is putting the finishing touches on new...

2008-08-27 12:01:19

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Niels Henriksen, president and CEO of Inbicon, a biotech spin-off owned by Danish energy giant DONG Energy (dongenergy.com), today announced the next step in its marketing strategy of partnering with North American biofuels companies and licensing its second-generation cellulosic technology for commercial-scale production of ethanol and livestock feed. "By partnering with Thomas Corle and his U.S.-based G-team," says Inbicon's Henriksen, "we're...