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  • 1 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 1 de 25.

    OPORTUNIDADES 2009

    BIOCOMBUSTIBLES (TEMAS: NMP, KBBE-BIO Y ENERGIA)

    BIOCOMBUSTIBLES

  • 2 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 2 de 25.

    TEMA 4. Nanociencias, Nanomateriales, Materiales y

    Nuevas Tecnologías de la Producción

    BIOCOMBUSTIBLES

  • 3 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 3 de 25. ConvocatoriasConvocatorias

    Insertar Identificador de convocatoria Insertar Identificador de convocatoria Día de publicación: Estimado 19 de Noviembre Fecha cierre: 17 febero 2009 (fase 1) Presupuesto: 246,5M (global cv. NMP 2009, 40 M€ la de SME) Comentarios: 2ª fase estimado 22 de julio

    CONVOCATORIA CONJUNTA KBBE CONVOCATORIA CONJUNTA KBBE –– NMP NMP –– ENV ENV -- ENEENE Día de publicación: 3 septiembre 20083 septiembre 2008 Fecha cierre: 2 diciembre 2008 (12 diciembre 2008 (1ªª fase), 5 mayo 2009 (2fase), 5 mayo 2009 (2ªª fase CP)fase CP) Presupuesto: 10 + 7 + 10 + 30 = 57 M10 + 7 + 10 + 30 = 57 M€€

  • 4 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 4 de 25.

    NMP-2009-2.4-1 New biomass-based composite materials and their processing Call: FP7-NMP-2009-SME-3

    Biomass, produced by nature or by biotechnology, can substitute fossil resources in the production of a variety of chemicals, fuels, and polymeric materials. Several biomass based products are already on the market, e.g. starch based packaging or biodegradable polymers in textiles. An important objective in biomass exploitation is to improve the processing of biomass-based materials, in order to tailor their properties and to optimise eco- and energy efficiency. In biomass-based composites the specific modulation of the (molecular) structure may give rise to new properties that are not characteristic of the original building blocks. Prime objectives for converting biomass into reinforcement elements for application in polymer-matrix composites include (i) the specific modulation of the molecular architectures of biomass and formation of structural hierarchies, to provide special functionalities, and self-assembly combined with easy processing, (ii) the development of melt compounding technologies based upon biomass (nano)fillers and fibres, and (iii) the exploration of novel processing technologies for production of biomass- based composites, bonded and non-woven structures.

    Research should focus on the development of new commercially-viable thermoplastic and thermoset materials with high biomass content (i.e. above 90 % in weight). Hierarchic structures and nanostructured biomass materials (nanohybrids) could be assembled by exploiting self-assembly processes of biomass-based building blocks. Biomass based binders could also be developed to eliminate the need for formaldehyde-based thermoset resins in the processing of biomass-based fibre composites, papers, non-wovens and bioplastics. Attention should also be paid to the life cycle analysis, including industrial safety aspects, and to the cost-effectiveness of the new composite materials in comparison to the materials currently used, as well as to the recovery of any waste generated.

    Funding scheme: SME-targeted Collaborative Projects.

    Tema 4. Call: FP7-NMP-2009-SME-3

  • 5 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 5 de 25.

    NMP-2009-2.4-1 New biomass-based composite materials and their processing Call: FP7-NMP-2009-SME-3

    Special features: SME dedicated Collaborative Projects are specifically designed to encourage SME participation in research and innovation representing the complete value added of the targeted sectors. In order to ensure industrial relevance and impact of the research effort, the active participation of industrial partners represents an added value to the activities and this will be reflected in the evaluation.

    In order to ensure an efficient implementation and maximum impact of SME-related activities, the following aspects will be evaluated under the criteria 'Implementation' and 'Impact':

    - the leading role of SMEs with R&D capacities-: the coordinator does not need to be an SME but the participating SMEs should have the decision making power in the project management and the output should be for the benefit of the participating SMEs and the targeted SME dominated industrial communities, and;

    - level of SME involvement. In addition to the evaluation criteria, please note that only proposals with an SME involvement of the order of 35% or more of the requested EC contribution will be selected.

    Expected impact: A reduction of the dependence on fossil resources through the use of novel commercially-viable biomass based composites. These materials, with high biomass content, which are more environmentally friendly and bio-degradable, will provide lighter and stronger alternatives to fossil fuel based composites. An increase of the competitiveness of the European SME-based chemical industry due to large scale pilot production of advanced biomass-based composite materials using biomass-based building blocks.

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    Tema 4. Call: FP7-NMP-2009-SME-3

  • 6 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 6 de 25.

    TEMA 2. ALIMENTACIÓN, AGRICULTURA Y PESCA, Y

    BIOTECNOLOGÍA

    BIOCOMBUSTIBLES

  • 7 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 7 de 25.

    Texto en Programa EspecTexto en Programa Especííficofico Objetivo Crear una Bioeconomía Europea basada en el conocimiento para explotar oportunidades de investigación nuevas y emergentes que aborden retos económicos, medioambientales y sociales, como […] un uso y producción sostenibles de bio-recursos renovables.

    Actividades Ciencias de la Vida, Biotecnología y Bioquímica para los productos y procesos no alimentarios sostenibles

    •Fortalecimiento de la base de conocimientos y desarrollo de tecnologías avanzadas destinadas a la producción de biomasa terrestre o marina para aplicaciones en procesos industriales y en la producción de energía. Se incluye aquí la genómica y la metabolómica vegetal, animal y microbiana, teniendo como objetivo mejorar la productividad y la composición de materias primas y productos de la biomasa, de manera que se optimice la conversión en productos de alto valor añadido […]. Se incorporará plenamente el análisis del ciclo de vida de las prácticas de producción de biomasa, el transporte, y el almacenamiento y la comercialización de los productos biológicos.

    •Uso o desarrollo de las biotecnologías para la obtención de productos y procesos silvícolas renovables, de alta calidad y de alto valor añadido, nuevos y mejorados, con objeto de aumentar la sostenibilidad de los bosques y la producción de madera, incluidas las existencias de madera y de materiales y bioenergía renovables.

    •Consideración de la aplicación de las biotecnologías industriales a las cadenas enteras de los cultivos y de la biomasa forestal para explotar todo el potencial que ofrece la estrategia del bio-refinado […].

    Tema 2. TEXTO EN PROGRAMA ESPECÍFICO

  • 8 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

    Página: 8 de 25. ConvocatoriasConvocatorias

    FP7FP7--KBBEKBBE--20092009--33 Día de publicación: 3 septiembre 2008 Fecha cierre: 15 enero 2009 Presupuesto: 188,85 M€ (’09) Comentarios: Todas las áreas abiertas Énfasis en proyectos pequeños y acciones de coordinación y apoyo Una sola fase de evaluación Máximo un proyecto por topic

    CONVOCATORIA CONJUNTA KBBE CONVOCATORIA CONJUNTA KBBE –– NMP NMP –– ENV ENV -- ENEENE Día de publicación: 3 septiembre 20083 septiembre 2008 Fecha cierre: 2 diciembre 2008 (12 diciembre 2008 (1ªª fase), 5 mayo 2009 (2fase), 5 mayo 2009 (2ªª fase CP)fase CP) Presupuesto: 10 + 7 + 10 + 30 = 57 M10 + 7 + 10 + 30 = 57 M€€

  • 9 (05/11/2008)

    Asunto: Biocombustibles.

    Fecha: 17/ 10 / 2008.

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    KBBE-2009-3-4-01: Biomass and bioproducts: sustainability certification and socioeconomic implications – Mandatory ICPC (Latin America and/or African ACP and/or Asia) Call: FP7-KBBE-2009-3 In the context of increased biomass production for industrial uses (biofuels and bioproducts) and an increase of biomass/bioproducts trade worldwide, there is a need to assess the sustainability of biomass production and the conversion chain with respect to its economic and societal impacts. The developed assessment should cover following aspects, and others considered of relevance: i) Analysing current trading regimes of biomass and bio-products and identifying possible future trends on the basis of new legislation (e.g. Directives) and growing economies while assessing their opportunities and risks in terms of rural development, poverty alleviation and combating climate change. ii) Identifying opportunities and limitations in the development of biomass/bioproducts certification schemes in terms social sustainability. Studies on certification criteria have been carried out by several European countries and UNEP but a harmonised certification scheme would be highly desirable to assure sustainability while avoiding increased costs, exclusion of developing countries and to facilitate world trade. Social impac