COMET-Programme

The competence center BEST - Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies GmbH is funded by BMK, BMDW and the federal states Vienna, Lower Austria und Styria within the scope of COMET - Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies. The program COMET is managed by the FFG

The strategic objectives of COMET are: developing new expertise by initiating and supporting long-term research co-operations between science and industry in top-level research, and extablishing and securing the technological leadership of companies. By advancing and bundling exting strengths and by integrating international research expertise Austria is to be strengthened as a research location for the long term.


 

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Success Stories


FROM WASTE TO VALUE

Construction has started on a new pilot plant in Vienna, Austria, which will demonstrate the conversion of waste materials into eco-friendly and carbon-neutral fuels.

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ALGAE – «QUALITY FROM AUSTRIA»

Local and sustainable production of alge for use as healthy food ingredients. This is the aim of the "Algae4Food" project led by BEST - Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies GmbH.

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MODULAR CO-λ-CONTROL FOR BIOMASS BOILERS

The application of an innovative control strategy for biomass boilers ensures savings in fuel and pollutant emissions.

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CLEAN WOOD COMBUSTION

The CleanAir by Biomass Project has shown that user training can reduce pollutant emissions from biomass heating systems by over 50 %. Launched in november 2019, the Citizen Science project CleanAir II is set to explore this topic in more detail for the province of Styria.

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ÖKO-OPT-QUART

Economically optimized control and operating mode of complex energy networks of future city districts.

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CLEAN AIR BY BIOMASS

Evaluating real life emissions of biomass heating systems in a styrian model region in Austria.

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WOOD AS FEEDSTOCK FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

BEST successfully completed a research project regarding mixed alcohol synthesis
with an international consortium. This is a further step from laboratory towards industry,
to use regional available biomass as feedstock for production of goods for the chemical
industry and of transportation fuel.

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