In total BRISK funded over 200 researchers (outside and inside the project) to carry out research at the partners' facilities.
The specific aim of BRISK was to overcome fragmentation in R&D facilities for thermochemical technologies, by enabling researchers to have access to high-level experimental facilities and services across Europe. The BRISK network encouraged and facilitated cooperative research in the specialised laboratories of project partners. The facilities were also open to researchers outside of the project.
BRISK Researcher case studies at EBRI:
Simona Intini, University of Foggia, Italy
Production of sustainable biofuels through advanced thermochemical conversion units and biorefineries will enable a wider range of feedstocks to be utilised, making a significant contribution to EU targets for GHG reduction (20% by 2020 and 50% by 2050) and increased use of renewable energy sources in the transport sector. Enhanced energy security and integration with other industrial sectors, such as agriculture, also play a role.
Visit the BRISK project website.
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