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Bioenergy and Thermochemical Conversion

How can a wide variety of non-food biomass resources be employed to provide electricity, heat, and value-added products and energy services in sustainable and cost-effective ways? What technical solutions are possible for the development of advanced thermochemical processes?

Wood in a large pile
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Keywords: CO2 utilization, geologic hydrocarbon transport phenomena, CHP (Combined Heat and Power), power-to-gas, anaerobic digestion, MSW (Municipal Waste) incineration, gasification, chemical upgrading, biomass resources/logistics/conversion/upgrading/end use.

Page responsible:Oxana Samoteeva
Belongs to: Energy Technology
Last changed: Sep 05, 2022