11 Juli 2016

nova Newsletter July 2016

Your monthly update on nova-Institute's activities

Newsletter-MC

Dear Readers,

nova-Institute’s latest news at a glance – all details in the newsletter below:

  • nova’s conference on industrial hemp that took place in Wesseling (near Cologne) in the beginning of June broke all records: 300 participants from 41 countries made it the biggest event of its kind ever (http://news.bio-based.eu/the-worlds-greatest-conference-ever-about-industrial-hemp-new-president-elected). Shortly after the conference, hemp fibres from the Netherlands were the first technical natural fibres worldwide to receive the well-established ISCC sustainability certificate (http://news.bio-based.eu/world-debut-for-the-first-sustainably-certified-natural-fibre).
  • Next, we will focus on direct use of CO2: On 6 and 7 December, nova will organise the “5th Conference on Carbon Dioxide as Feedstock for Fuels, Chemistry and Polymers”. For the first time, it will take place in Cologne, as the previous location has become too small. The programme features many interesting speakers already and, very importantly: Until the end of August, an early bird discount of 20% on all tickets and a free booth for the first ten exhibitors are available. All details in the newsletter.
  • The bio-based economy needs its own trade fairs to showcase its products and as meeting points for the industry. nova-Institute supports the following three market leaders:
    • The bio-based composites pavilion at Composites Europe, 29 November to 1 December 2016 at Messe Düsseldorf (DE). The meeting point for the whole biocomposites industry, WPC and NFC.
    • The BiobasedWorld will premiere on 15 and 16 February 2017 at Cologne trade fair (DE) and will showcase the whole value chain of the bioeconomy, from feedstocks to chemistry to bio-based products.
    • The MAP EXPO in Eindhoven (NL) will open its doors on 29-30 March 2017 as the first global market place for medicinal and spice plants.
  • The first two nova Sessions on CCU and bio-based feedstocks were well received, shared a lot of information and sparked lively discussions. Because of the active demand, we are offering the nova Session “Biomass feedstocks today and in the future – going beyond food vs. fuel” again on 8 September. Interested parties should register quickly at www.bio-based.eu/nova-sessions/registration to make sure they can participate!
  • The new market study by narocon (Berlin, DE) and nova takes a look at the use of biodegradable and compostable plastics in Europe – at the moment 100,000 t with potential for growth.
  • There is a summer promotion for nova-Institute’s big market study on biopolymers: If you buy now, you will get the data update in January 2017 for free. Which influence will the low oil price have on the growth of bio-based polymers?
  • Last but not least we would like to introduce nova-Institute’s chief financial officer: Stefanie Clermont.

Best regards and here’s hoping that summer will finally catch up!

Kind regards

Michael Carus
Managing Director, nova-Institut GmbH

P.S.: Is there any topic of the bio- or CO2-based economy you are dying to discuss with other experts in a carefully selected group? Then please take just a few minutes to fill in our short survey. We will offer nova Sessions on the most frequently mentioned topics in autumn at the conference centre at the airport Cologne/Bonn. www.bio-based.eu/session-proposals

 


Hier geht es direkt zu den deutschsprachigen Hinweisen…


16-01-11-CO2_150x60-15th Conference on CO2 as Feedstock for Fuels, Chemistry and Polymers

6-7 December 2016, Maternus Haus Cologne, Germany ++ ++ 20% early bird discount until 15 August ++ free booth for the first 10 bookers

Take advantage of 20% early bird discount until August, the preliminary programme is now online. nova-Institute expects more than 200 participants from 30 countries and 20 exhibitors as well as professional match making between the experts from industry, policy and research.
More information here.


l-ce-150x65Composites Europe

29 November – 1 December 2016, Düsseldorf, Germany

Your chance to efficiently market your bio-based solutions! 12 booths with all-around carefree package, including marketing and services, are still available at the joint “bio-based composites” stand.
More information here.


BiobasedWorld 150 x 65BiobasedWorld – it’s a trade show, not a congress

15-16 February 2017, Cologne, Germany

BiobasedWorld, 15-16 February 2017 in Cologne, Germany, will be all about the exhibition. Looking, touching and feeling the products that constitute the bioeconomy is the very heart and soul of this new trade show.

More information here.


image001Medicinal Aromatic Plant Expo 2017 – the Global marketplace for MAP supply chain

29-30 March 2017, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

the Global Marketplace for Medicinal & Aromatic Plants – MAP EXPO, is the commercial event which is dedicated to trade & development of MAP supply chain. MAP EXPO enhances international exports of the raw MAPs, extraction to MAP-based, herbal medicines, as well as high tech solutions for MAP cultivation & processing. The event will take place in Eindhoven, the Netherlands – the heart of top 5 EU logistics hubs, on 29 – 30 March 2017, 10:00 – 17:00.
More information here.


nova Session: nova-Logo_Newsletter_150piBiomass feedstocks today and in the future – going beyond food vs. fuel

8 September 2016, Conference Center Airport Cologne/Bonn

The interactive workshop will discuss the issue of industrial use of biomass at all levels: political frameworks and the food vs. non-food debate, environmental impacts, public perception and communication and the current and future biomass supply and demand. The number of participants is limited. More information and registration here.

Is there any topic of the bio- and CO2-economy you are dying to discuss? Please let us know in our short survey.


nova-Logo_Newsletter_150piNew market study “Consumption of biodegradable and compostable plastic products in Europe”

More than 300 slides on markets, companies and legislation

nova-Institute publishes the first comprehensive market study on the consumption of biodegradable and compostable plastic products in Europe. The commercial study has more than 200 PowerPoint® slides of well-structured market and company data, case studies and a feature on biodegradation and composting. It also contains about 100 slides of additional EU policy and legislation review and analysis.

More information here.


nova-Logo_Newsletter_150piBuy the current market study and trend reports on “Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers in the World” and get new market data for free in January 2017

The new edition of the 500 page-market study and trend reports on “Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers in the World – Capacities, Production and Applications: Status Quo and Trends Towards 2020” will be published in January 2017.
From 1 July on, buyers of the current market study and trend reports will receive the new market data for free in January 2017.
More information here.


Clermont, Stefanie NLnova Experts introduced: Stefanie Clermont

Chief Financial Officer, Head of Accounting

Stefanie Clermont leads the accounting department. She is responsible for internal reporting, risk and liquidity monitoring as well as financial forecasting. Furthermore, she maintains relations with tax advisors, auditors and government agencies ensuring that record keeping meets the legal requirements. At the moment Stefanie financially supervises 18 projects within the national programmes, FP7 programme and Horizon2020 programme.
More information here.


algaeparcMicroalgae Process Design: from cells to photobioreactors (4th edition)

8 – 15 July 2016, Wageningen, The Netherlands

The waters of the world, oceans, seas, rivers, creeks, lakes and even ice, house a tremendous variety of microorganisms able to use light as the only source of energy to fuel metabolism. These unicellular organisms, microalgae and cyanobacteria, have the potential to produce a variety of products. To make economical large-scale production of such bulk products possible, the cost price for production needs to be reduced, the scale of production needs to be increased substantially and the biomass value should be maximized. In this course “Microalgae Process Design: from cells to photobioreactors” the biology and cultivation part are covered.
More information here.


16-04-25_NL-Logo-Epnoe-600EPNOE Brokerage event 2016 “Meeting between EPNOE members and companies not members of EPNOE”

11-12 July 2016, Paris (France)

EPNOE, the European Polysaccharide Network of Excellence, will organise an event aimed at offering the opportunity of companies not members of EPNOE to meet EPNOE members (major research organisations in polysaccharide and polysaccharide-based product research and innovation in Europe). During these two days of meeting, face-to-face pre-arranged meetings will be organised to meet EPNOE members for confidential discussion. Registration is free, but compulsory (deadline June 25, 2016).
To get more information on EPNOE and on this next event, you can visit the EPNOE website.


splashalgaeparcMicroalgae Biorefinery (1st edition)

18 – 20 July 2016, Wageningen, The Netherlands

To make microalgae a source of bulk products, the cost price for production needs to be reduced, the scale of production needs to be increased significantly and the biomass value should be maximized. To develop a more sustainable and economically feasible process, all biomass components (e.g. proteins, lipids, carbohydrates) should be used at minimal energy requirements and minimal costs while keeping the functionality of the different biomass components. Biorefining of microalgae is very important for the selective separation and use of the functional biomass components. In this course, ‘Microalgae Biorefinery’, the downstream part, i.e. the biorefinery will be in focus.
More information here.


Bio-Based Live 150x65Bio-based Live

26-27 September 2016, San Francisco

The Bio-Based community gathers in San Francisco this September

High-level stakeholders gather together to bring about greater adoption of bio-based innovations and drive towards the circular economy.
Visit the website to learn more.


NovaInst_150x65px11th European Bioplastics Conference 2016 – Rethinking plastics

29-30 November 2016, Steigenberger Hotel Berlin, Germany

Following on from the successful events of the past years that reflected the growing confidence in plastics solutions that are biobased, biodegradable, or both as a viable alternative to conventional plastics. Every year the European Bioplastics Conference features a well-researched conference programme, an impressive speaker line-up, a highly popular product exhibition, and lots of social networking events, attracting more than 350 senior bioplastics decision makers from across the bioplastics value chain, policy bodies, NGOs, and brand owners. As the leading international conference dedicated to bioplastics, this is the best place to position your bioplastics business, get up to speed on the latest global bioplastics market developments, regulatory changes, and material and product innovations, and network with hundreds of like-minded peers. Register before 31 July 2016 to take advantage of the early bird rate! www.conference.european-bioplastics.org.


Deutschsprachige Hinweise / Notes for German-speaking readers


Newsletter-MC

Sehr geehrte Leserinnen und Leser,

hier die wichtigsten Neuigkeiten aus dem nova-Institut im Überblick – alle Details im Newsletter unten:

  • Die nova-Konferenz zum Thema Nutzhanf Anfang Juni in Wesseling (bei Köln) hat mit 300 Teilnehmern aus 41 Ländern alle Erwartungen übertroffen und war die weltweit größte Veranstaltung dieser Art aller Zeiten (http://news.bio-based.eu/weltgroesste-konferenz-aller-zeiten-zum-thema-nutzhanf-neuer-praesident-gewaehlt). Kurz nach der Konferenz erhielten Hanffasern aus den Niederlanden als erste technische Naturfasern der Welt das etablierte ISCC-Nachhaltigkeitszertifikat (http://news.bio-based.eu/die-europaeische-hanfindustrie-waechst-kontinuierlich).
  • Nun richten wir den Blick auf die direkte Nutzung von CO2: Am 6. und 7. Dezember veranstaltet nova die “5th Conference on Carbon Dioxide as Feedstock for Fuels, Chemistry and Polymers“ zum ersten Mal in Köln, da der bisherige Veranstaltungsort zu klein geworden ist. Das Programm zeigt schon jede Menge spannender Referenten und ganz wichtig: Bis Ende August gibt es für Frühbucher einen Rabatt von 20% und die ersten zehn Aussteller erhalten einen kostenfreien Stand. Alle Details im Newsletter.
  • Die bio-basierte Ökonomie braucht eigene Messen als Leistungsschau und Treffpunkt der Branche. Das nova-Institut unterstützt die drei folgenden Marktführer:
    • Den Bio-based Composites Pavillon auf der Composites Europe, 29. November bis 1. Dezember 2016, Messe Düsseldorf. Der Treffpunkt für den gesamten Biocomposites-Bereich, WPC und NFC.
    • Die BiobasedWorld wird am 15. und 16. Februar 2017 in der Messe Köln Premiere haben und zeigt die gesamte Wertschöpfungskette der Bioökonomie, vom Rohstoff über bio-basierte Chemie bis hin zum bio-basierten Produkt.
    • Die MAP-EXPO in Eindhoven (NL) öffnet am 29. und 30. März 2017 die Tore für den ersten globalen Marktplatz für Heil- und Gewürzpflanzen.
  • Die ersten beiden nova-Sessions zum Thema CCU und Bio-based Feedstocks wurden sehr gut angenommen und brachten viele Informationen und angeregte Diskussionen. Aufgrund der hohen Nachfrage werden wir die nova-Session „Biomass feedstocks today and in the future – going beyond food vs. fuel“ am 8. September erneut anbieten. Interessenten sollten sich rasch hier (www.bio-based.eu/nova-sessions/registration) anmelden, um ihre Teilnahme zu sichern!
  • Die neue Marktstudie von narocon (Berlin) und nova betrachtet erstmalig den Verbrauch von biologisch abbaubaren und kompostierbaren Kunststoffen in Europa – aktuell 100.000 t mit Wachstumspotenzial.
  • Für die große Biopolymerstudie des nova-Instituts findet momentan eine Sommeraktion statt: Wer sie jetzt kauft, erhält das Daten-Update im Januar 2017 kostenlos nachgeliefert. Welchen Einfluss wird der niedrige Ölpreis auf das Wachstum der bio-basierten Polymere haben?
  • Zum Schluss möchten wir Ihnen diesen Monat die Finanzchefin des nova-Instituts vorstellen: Stefanie Clermont.

Mit besten Grüßen und der Hoffnung, dass der Sommer doch noch bald auftaucht!

Mit besten Grüßen
Michael Carus
Geschäftsführer der nova-Institut GmbH

PS: Ihnen brennt ein Thema der Bio- oder der CO2-Ökonomie unter den Nägeln und Sie hätten gerne eine Gelegenheit, um es mit weiteren Experten in einer handverlesenen Runde zu diskutieren? Dann nehmen Sie sich bitte 3 Minuten Zeit, um unsere kurze Umfrage auszufüllen. Zu den meist genannten Themen werden wir im Herbst weitere nova-Sessions im Konferenzzentrum des Kölner Flughafens anbieten. www.bio-based.eu/session-proposals


l-ce-150x65Composites Europe

29. November – 1. Dezember, Düsseldorf

Die einmalige Chance Ihre bio-basierten Lösungen effizient zu vermarkten! 12 Stände mit einem Rundum-Sorglos-Paket, bestehend aus intensivem Marketing und Dienstleistungen am Gemeinschaftsstand „bio-based composites“, stehen noch zur Verfügung.
Mehr Informationen hier.


BiobasedWorld 150 x 65BiobasedWorld ist eine Messe, kein Kongress

15.-16. Februar 2017, Köln

Bei der BiobasedWorld am 15. Und 16. Februar 2017 in Köln dreht sich alles um die Ausstellung. Produkte, die die Bioökonomie ausmachen zu sehen, anzufassen, zu be-greifen ist die Hauptsache bei dieser neuen Messe.
Mehr Informationen hier.


nova-Logo_Newsletter_150piNeue Marktstudie „Consumption of biodegradable and compostable plastic products in Europe”

über 300 Folien zu Märkten, Herstellern und politischen Rahmenbedingungen

Das nova-Institut veröffentlicht die erste umfassende Marktstudie zum Verbrauch von biologisch abbaubaren und kompostierbaren Kunststoffprodukten in Europa. Die englischsprachige Studie enthält mehr als 200 PowerPoint® Folien zu Markt- und Unternehmensdaten, aussichtsreichen Anwendungen und ein Feature über Bioabbaubarkeit und Kompostierung in Europa. Auf weiteren 100 Folien werden die politischen und gesetzlichen Rahmenbedingungen in Europa und den erfassten Mitgliedstaaten dargestellt und erläutert.
Mehr Informationen hier.

Source: nova-Institut GmbH, 2016-07-06.

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