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Christopher Sorensen, originally from New York, has worked at the forefront of technology and commercial innovation for over 30 years on three continents. The last 15 years have been focused on creating positive social impact through integrating technology and business innovation at scale. Most recently,he supported development of a new global clean-tech cluster at Masdar City, including the Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi. He is now applying his experience to building the green industrial platform GreenLab Denmark. The project is now under construction and is enabled by at multilateral group including global energy conglomerates, new niche developers, recognized R&D leaders as well as all levels of Danish government institutions.
Many proven bioprocesses suffer at the point of scale up and commercialization due to interwoven technical, economic and market challenges. This retards the progress of promising new processes and technologies. The GreenLab consortium is building a unique energy exchange platform, which optimizes green energy generation and storage, to reduce the cost of production for many biologically based industrial processes. Part of the consortium effort is focused in input streams and off-takers to ensure commercial success. The result is an accelerated uptake of new processes by industrial partners and increased incentive for re-investment in R&D. The GreenLab platform and the consortium behind it will be presented. An exploration of the opportunities which arise from the symbiotic energy exchange and the expanded green footprint of the resulting products will be discussed.