Bioenergy Options for a Cleaner Environment: in Developed and Developing Countries

Other | December 1, 2003

bySims, Ralph E.H., Ralph E.h. Sims

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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.

*Covers a number of perspectives, taking the reader through the whole process from the bioenergy resource through conversion to fuel, to policy issues.
*World class Editor and contributors
*Accessible and useful to those working in agriculture, forestry and planning, as well as energy researchers.

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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 develop...

Format:OtherDimensions:198 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:December 1, 2003Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080527949

ISBN - 13:9780080527949

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Table of Contents

Biomass and resources, Ralph E H Sims and Nasir El Bassam
Delivering the biomass to the conversion plant, Ralph E H Sims
Heat, power and combined heat and power, Ralph P Overend
Liquid and gaseous biomass fuels, Koon Ong Lim and Ralph E H Sims
Policy options and strategies for market development of biomass : an Asian-Pacific perspective, Kyi Lwin
Biomass - the fuel of the rural poor in developing countries, Pradeep Chaturvedi