Søren Pallisgaard

: Jan 14, 2021

Looking for Partnership Looking for Extra EU Funds
About Me

Smart robots autonomously collect surplus of wild biomass that accumulate at coastal regions at a price of up to EUR 150 per ton. Collecting the biomass before it starts to decompose means tourism industries are helped, eutrophication is alleviated, and the economic value is retained so it is usable as a raw material in several product chains, from a renewable bioenergy source, building material, feed and fertilizer of up to EUR 800 per ton

Keywords and matching areas:

 Marine and Coast
 Low-Carbon Economy
 Raw Materials
 Natural Resources
 Sustainable Development

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