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Biomass and resources

Dates

Year
2004

Citation

Sims, R.E.H., Bassam, N.El, and Ralph, E.H.S., 2004, Biomass and resources: Elsevier, p. 1-28.

Summary

Summary The use of biomass to produce bioenergy in order to provide a wide range of energy services (heat, light, comfort, entertainment, information, mobility etc.), and to produce biomaterials as substitutes for those presently manufactured from petro-chemicals, is an integrating response to a number of global problems. These include equity, development, energy supply security, rural employment, and climate change mitigation. Biomass provides fuel flexibility to match a wide range of energy demands and is a renewable energy source that can be stored, which is an advantage over several other forms of renewable energy. It has been identified by the European Union as a significant contributor to its 12% renewable energy target and ambitious [...]

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Alternate Titles

  • Bioenergy Options for a Cleaner Environment

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DOI WECC []
ISBN WECC 978-0-08-044351-5

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Citation Extension

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value1-28
citationTypeBook Section or Chapter

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