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DecomBlades consortium awarded funding for a large, cross-sector wind turbine blade recycling project

 
University of Southern Denmark, SDU, will conduct environmental and economic performance assessments of the different supply chains and apply a cutting edge hybrid assessment frame based on value chain analysis, life cycle assessment, material flow analysis and multi-criteria decision support. This includes research into further development of the economic and environmental sustainability assessment frameworks that are relevant for the Danish wind turbine industry and other areas in terms of optimum recycling of composites materials.

Press releases:

Bredt dansk konsortium indleder projekt om genanvendelse af vindmøllevinger (winddenmark.dk)

Konkurrenter går sammen om genbrug af vindmøllevinger (energy-supply.dk)

Konkurrenter slår sig sammen i projekt om genanvendelse af vindmøllevinger (pro.ing.dk/watetech (kræver login))

Konkurrenter går sammen om genbrug af vindmøllevinger (Plastforum.dk)

Green consortium gets funding for turbine blade recycling project (energywatch.eu)

Consortium awarded funding for cross-sector turbine blade recycling project (rivieramm.com)

DecomBlades consortium awarded funding for a large, cross-sector wind turbine blade recycling project (vestas.com)

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy S A : DecomBlades consortium awarded funding for a large, cross-sector wind turbine blade recycling project(marketscreener.com)

DecomBlades consortium awarded funding for a large, cross-sector wind turbine blade recycling project (innovationsfonden.dk)

Partnership:

  • Siemens Gamesa
  • Vestas
  • LM WIND POWER
  • Ørsted
  • HJHansen
  • MAKEEN Power
  • FLSmidth
  • Energy Cluster Denmark
  • SDU
  • DTU
  • Innovation Fund Denmark

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Last Updated 29.01.2021