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CROPENERGIES : Next Generation Bioethanol Plant in Bel

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22 déc. 200817:30

CropEnergies: Next Generation Bioethanol Plant in Belgium Starts Production

CropEnergies AG / Miscellaneous

22.12.2008

Release of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a company of EquityStory AG.
The issuer / publisher is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.
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CropEnergies: Next Generation Bioethanol Plant in Belgium Starts Production

Mannheim, 22 December 2008 - BioWanze, the Belgian subsidiary of
CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, starts production in its next-generation
bioethanol plant in Wanze, Belgium, as planned. The plant, being the
largest bioethanol plant in Belgium, will produce up to 300,000 m³ of
bioethanol per year from wheat and sugar syrups. The innovative
manufacturing process, which uses biomass as a primary energy source,
lowers CO2 emissions by up to 70% compared to fossil fuels. With this,
BioWanze has been awarded half of the distributed production licenses or
125,000 m³ per year until 2013 with which the Belgian government promotes
biofuels in the domestic market. The investment for this unique technology
is more than EUR 250 million.

The energy concept of the plant centers on the biomass boiler which will
generate energy for the bioethanol production from the bran of the wheat
delivered. This means that the plant is virtually self-sufficient when it
comes to the generation of energy. This optimized energy system maximizes
CO2 savings.

The BioWanze plant produces sustainably; it uses its raw materials
completely. Besides bioethanol, which replaces gasoline, a range of
by-products is manufactured. After the separation of the bran for energy
purposes, high grade gluten is extracted and processed. It is used in the
food or feed industry. In addition, the remaining proteins and other
components of the fermented wheat and sugar syrups are condensed and are
used to manufacture CDS (Condensed Distillers’ Solubles), a valuable animal
feed. It will be marketed under the brand name ProtiWanze.

The location of the BioWanze plant allows the ideal supply of raw materials
as well as the efficient removal of finished products. The BioWanze plant -
situated directly on the river Meuse - has access to inland waterway
transports and the logistically important hub Antwerp - Rotterdam -
Amsterdam in addition to ground transportation.

With the commissioning of the plant in Wanze, CropEnergies concludes the
planned expansion projects for 2008 on schedule. Besides the acquisition of
the French alcohol producer Ryssen Alcools S.A.S. with an annual production
capacity of 100,000 m³ of bioethanol for fuel applications in June 2008,
CropEnergies has expanded the production capacities in Zeitz,
Saxony-Anhalt, from 260,000 m³ to 360,000 m³ of bioethanol per year in June
2008, further establishing the position as the largest bioethanol plant in
Europe. Altogether, these projects have almost tripled CropEnergies’ annual
production capacity to over 700,000 m³ bioethanol.

http://www.financial.de/news/unternehmensnews/2008/12/22/dgap-news-cropenergies-next-generation-bioethanol-plant-in-belgium-starts-production/

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