Date: 31 January 2022
Time (EET): 11:00-13:30
The event will take place online and will be accompanied by a translation into Ukrainian.
To participate in the event you need to register. Register at this link: https://forms.gle/eeHNeus3pru4L1rQ7. All registered participants will receive a link to join the online seminar on the eve of the event.
The Bioenergy Association of Ukraine within the AgroBioHeat project together with the project “Ukraine Agri-Food Value Chain TA Project (UAFATA)” invites you to visit an online seminar with a virtual site visit to Ukrainian and Danish heat production facilities on agrobiomass.
The purpose of the virtual Ukrainian-Danish Site Visit to Agrobiomass Heat Production Facilities is to acquaint Ukrainian stakeholders with the successful experience of straw energy production in Denmark and to demonstrate modern technologies and equipment for agrobiomass energy conversion.
Danish experts and leading domestic manufacturers of boiler equipment will share their best practices and practical experience in implementing projects for the production of thermal energy from agrobiomass with the Ukrainian audience for the sustainable implementation of modern bioenergy systems and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Agenda of the Virtual Site visit
|11:00||Welcome & Scope of the meeting (5’ min)||Georgii Geletukha, Chairman of the Board of Bioenergy Association of Ukraine|
Jørgen Hinge, Senior Innovation Manager of Food & BioCluster Denmark
Mette Tibo, Manager of the Ukraine Agri-Food Value Chain TA Project
|11:05||State-of-the-art and prospect for the energy use of agrobiomass (20’ min)||Georgii Geletukha, Chairman of the Board of Bioenergy Association of Ukraine|
|11:25||Straw for energy in Denmark – from farmers point of view (30’ min)||Thomas Holst, Chief Consultant of Danish Food & Agriculture Council|
|11:55||Straw for domestic and district heating – Boiler development (25’ min incl. video)||Jørgen Hinge, Senior Innovation Manager of Food & BioCluster Denmark|
|12:20||Boiler plants “Kriger” for sunflower husk and other agrobiomass (20’ min incl. video)||Dmytro Khrobok, Director of the LLC “Boiler factory “Kriger”|
|12:40||Small and middle scale boilers Volyn-Kalvis on agrobiomass (20’ min incl. video)||Anatolii Ponikarchuk, Director of “Volyn-Kalvis” Ltd|
|13:00||Loan supporting of Ukrainian agribusinesses (20’ min)||Vitalii Radko, Senior M&E / Farm Management Specialist of the Ukraine Agri-Food Value Chain TA Project|
|13:20||Q&A session. Discussion (10’ min)||Moderator: Georgii Geletukha, Chairman of the Board of Bioenergy Association of Ukraine|
- Semen Drahniev (UABIO) – email@example.com;
- Jørgen Hinge (FBCD) – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vitalii Radko (UAFATA) – email@example.com.
Project AgroBioHeat “Promoting the penetration of agrobiomass heating solutions in European rural areas” aims to produce a mass deployment of improved and market-ready agrobiomass heating solutions in Europe. Agrobiomass is a large, underexploited, and indigenous resource, which can support the achievement of the European Energy and Climate targets while promoting rural development and circular economy.
Denmark is a world leader in the production of energy from straw through the implementation of a targeted energy policy. In addition, today Denmark is a demonstration site, where the leading manufacturers of equipment operating on agrobiomass are concentrated, as well as a large number of facilities with a variety of technological solutions and parameters.
About Ukraine Agri-Food Value Chain TA Project (UAFATA)
Technical assistance of the Ukraine Agri-Food Value Chain TA Project (UAFATA) is aimed at companies (small and medium enterprises and companies with an average capital of up to 3,000 employees) working in the target sectors (cereals, oilseeds, aquaculture/fisheries), investment planning, and preparation of loan applications for financing potential projects by the European Investment Bank. The assistance consists in preparing an application for credit resources, supporting applications from partner banks, and implementing relevant investment projects.
AgroBioHeat project received financing from the Horizon 2020 EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under Grant Agreement No 818369