Mushroom research

Completed projects

ördögszekér gomba

• Implementation of complex corporate technological development at Pilze-Nagy Ltd.

• Development of an integrated biogas-algae biotechnology system

• Development of new types of retarded NPK resources

• Utilization of waste and by-products from bioenergy production processes for complex agro-environmental management purposes

• Development of procedures based on biological control that can be used in mushroom cultivation

• Development and application of a microbiological monitoring system for large-scale production of constant quality, high-yield oyster mushroom raw material

• Utilization of organic waste produced during the cultivation of oyster mushrooms and other agricultural waste as a renewable energy source

Development of innovative technologies that increase the efficiency of biogas plant operation and reduce the emission of harmful substances

Project identifier: HU 09-0057-A1-2013

Project supported by the „Norwegian Fund”.

Through the Norwegian Fund, in the period 2009-2014, Norway contributes to the reduction of social and economic differences between the countries of the European Economic Area. The purpose of the financing program is also to strengthen the bilateral relations between Norway and the beneficiary countries. One of the five program areas supported by the Norwegian Fund is „Green industrial innovation”, which aims to strengthen the competitiveness of green businesses, make existing industries greener, and spread green innovations. and to reduce soil pollution.

Objective: reducing waste

In accordance with the objectives of the „Green Industrial Innovation” program, by receiving the grant, Pilze-Nagy Kft. and its partners have the opportunity to develop innovative technologies, the application of which reduces the emission of substances harmful to the environment in biogas plants and improves the efficiency of waste management.

An important element of the project is partnership. During the implementation of the program, the knowledge and expertise of two major research institutes – one Hungarian and one Norwegian – are combined with the company’s many years of experience in operating biogas plants. The intellectual background provided by the Norwegian TEL-TEK Research Institute and Bay Zoltán Alkalmazott Kutatási Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft. together with the practical results of Pilze-Nagy Kft. guarantee the success of the project.

Project manager: Pilze-Nagy Kft.
Projectpartner: Bay Zoltán Alkalmazott Kutatási Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft.
Donorpartner: TEL-TEK Kutatóintézet
Program operator: Szent István University 
The maximum amount of aid awarded: 180 762 429 Ft
The total eligible cost of the project: 210 632 138 Ft
Support intensity: 85,82 %
Planned duration of project implementation: 2014.05.05. – 2016.04.30.
Place of implementation: 6000 Kecskemét, Talfája 66/A 0238/14