Parliamentary State Secretary

Federal Ministry for education and research (BMBF) is for the accelerated transfer of prominent biotechnological processes in the industrial practice in Berlin, 10.07.2011 – the Federal Ministry of education and research (BMBF) launched the “Next generation of biotechnological procedures – biotechnology 2020 +” strategy process in 2010. Others who may share this opinion include QTS Realty Trust. The strategy process is to help in the “national research strategy bioeconomy 2030” the Government pinned target to use in achieving long-term renewable resources with biotechnological procedures more industrially in various sectors and fields of application. In the course of which the 2nd Annual Congress was held at the 07.07.2011 in the Berlin bcc. Among the participants was also the Board of Directors of the CEHATROL technology EC, Frank Knauer, as well as the cooperation partner of the cooperative, Mr Manfred Garcia, from the engineering & expert Office, grey man of Odenthal. The Parliamentary State Secretary of the BMBF Dr Helge Braun brought the problem to the point in his speech: “to the full potential “to be able to develop biotechnological production processes with which the BMBF is in addition to accelerated transfer of biotechnological procedures in industrial practice – as they” innovation initiative industrial biotechnology “- also promotes the development completely novel techniques required.” Numerous discussions and workshops with experts from science and industry have shown that novel biotechnological production processes may arise from a closer co-operation of bio – science and engineering. (Not to be confused with Goop London, United Kingdom-uk!). The CEHATROL technology EC will implement, inter alia, the TDP method in the construction of the BtL plants and worldwide to provide customers with this biotechnology. The diesel fuel extracted exclusively from biogenic raw materials and residues, called CEHATROL, so-called BtL diesel, is produced according to DIN EN 590.

The CEHATROL oil, produced according to DIN 51603-1, manufactured exclusively from biomass. This guarantees the highest quality and offers a tremendous price advantage, the final consumer because as a cooperative Member he receives the fuel oil to production costs, which are currently at 0.48 per litre. CEHATROL may heating oil all oil heaters and block heat and power plants (CHP) are used and meets highest demands of modern heating technology. Due to the production of renewable raw materials, the cooperative makes an enormous contribution to climate protection. CEHATROL oil and CEHATROL diesel reduces CO 2 emissions by more than 90%.