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The general assembly approved the change reflecting the large potential of the Hyperthermics technology outside the energy sector, in particular within industrial biotechnology and aquaculture.
The Hyperthermics reactor at Lindum was inoculated after successful installation and hook-up at the Lindum biogas plant.
The Hyperthermics unit will in the first test phase run as a self-contained unit while Lindum is completing the upgrade of the biogas plant.
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Hyperthermics Energy AS and Lindum AS has signed an agreement to install the first HT fermentation unit at the Lindum biogas plant. The design capacity will be 10.000 tonnes/pa food waste and meet the hygienisation criteria for type 3 waste. Installation and commissioning will be done in 2016. The installation will, in addition to the design biogas pretreatment, also test and document production of biohydrogen in the HT fermentation reactor as well as enable alternative substrates to be tested.
Hyperthermics has signed an agreement with NIBIO (www.nibio.no) as partner in the HT Lindum project. NIBIO will work closely with Hyperthermics in Norway and Germany on the project.
Hyperthermics has signed R&D contracts for the HYPERFERMENETAN project with NFR, NMBU, and NIBIO. The project aims to contribute to the understanding and documentation of the HT fermentation technology as a pre-treatment step in biogas processes. The work will be performed at the Hyperthermics laboratories in Regensburg, Germany and at the NIBIOand NMBU biogas laboratories at Ås, Norway. The project is supported financially by NFR as part of the EnergyX research program.