December 9, 2019Read more
The InnoRenew CoE is a partner in the Pro-Enrich project that received funding from the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBIJU) and aims to develop an integrated, sustainable biorefinery approach capable of processing a range of agricultural residues for the delivery of high-value protein and bioactive product streams suited to the needs of a wide range of high-value end uses.
All Pro-Enrich project partners met in Koper (Slovenia) 18-20 November 2019 for a general assembly meeting and special workshop organized by the InnoRenew CoE.
During the general assembly, partners discussed progress and focused on end-user products. They also visited local olive oil mill Franka Marzi and toured InnoRenew CoE laboratories and facilities.
The final day was dedicated to “Biomass utilization in the EU”, a workshop for Pro-Enrich partners and InnoRenew CoE researchers, where the topic was explored and experiences with local biomass feedstock utilization, development of products and best practices for future work were shared.