The Bio Base NWE partnership consists of seven European top institutes with complementary expertise in the biobased economy: BBEPP, BBETC, NNFCC, TCBB, CLIB2021, REWIN and GBEV. Please click on the map below to find out more about our project partners.

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NNFCC (UK) is a specialist bioeconomy consultancy. They offer global companies consultancy services and act as an advisor to UK Government, providing technical, market and policy expertise on the conversion of biomass and waste to bioenergy, biofuels and biobased products. NNFCC services are tailored to give organisations a better understanding of both the opportunities, and how to overcome the challenges, presented by the bioeconomy.

Technology Centre for Biorefining and Bioenergy, TCBB (IE) is one of a number of such centres established and led by industry, and initially funded by Enterprise Ireland and the IDA Ireland.

REWIN West-Brabant (NL) is established to promote investment by national and international companies in the region of the Southwest Netherlands. Our goal is to develop business opportunities and support the establishment of companies in the Southwest Netherlands. REWIN operates entirely independently and, thus, can provide support in an open and fully co-operative way.  Our motive for this is strengthening the economic structure of the region, by attracting and supporting new economic activity, which creates additional employment and further enhances the inviting investment climate of the area. 

Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant (BE) is a flexible and diversified (multipurpose) pilot plant for the development, scale-up and custom manufacturing of bio based processes and products at kilogram to multi ton scale.

Selected by the European Commission as a mKPL Demonstrator

Bio Base Europe Training Center (NL) is an education, network and exhibition center promoting the development of a sustainable biobased economy. It offers general and company-specific training and connects closely with the market demand.

CLIB2021 (DE) is an internationally oriented networking cluster. It brings together large companies, SMEs, academic institutes and universities to initiate new research, new business projects, identify unusual value chains and create implementation plans including funding scenarios.

Ghent Bio-Economy Valley (BE) is a non-profit organisation supporting the development of sustainable biobased activities and resulting economic growth in the region of Ghent, Belgium.