Results & Deliverables

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Seaweed hydrolysis

Seaweed biomass has been hydrolysed to fermentable sugars by using optimized loadings of commercial enzymes or novel recombinant enzymes, and chemically by using organic acids, mineral acids and alkaline agents. The MacroFuels target of a total of fermentable sugars of 60 g/l in the hydrolysate could be achieved by upgrading the sugar hydrolysate with membrane filtration and ion-exclusion chromatography to remove the salts and increase the sugar concentrations.

Target amount of fermentable sugars reached

Hydrolysate preparation (© WFBR, Wageningen)

 Publications & Presentations

Find out more about our progress in seaweed hydrolysis by browsing our publications and presentations

This website is part of the MacroFuels  project. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654010

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