Bioenergy Options for a Cleaner Environment: in Developed and Developing Countries
Bioenergy Options for a Cleaner Environment describes the biomass resource and its delivery. A panel of international experts describe the range of conversion technologies both commercially available and under development, and explore the technical, environmental and socio-economic barriers and benefits of using biomass in both developed and developing countries.
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Chapter 2 Delivering the Biomass to the Conversion Plant
Chapter 3 Heat Power and Combined Heat and Power
Chapter 4 Liquid and Gaseous Biomass Fuels
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