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2004), Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions: estimating the potential contribution from wind-power, Renewable Energy Foundation. , K. Aruga, T. Nitami, H. Kobayashi, and H. Sakai (2005), ―Energy and carbon dioxide (CO2) balance of logging residues as alternative energy resources: system analysis based on the method of a life cycle inventory (LCI) analysis,‖ Journal of Forest Research, Vol. 10, N°2, pp. 125-134. BIOHEAT, BIOPOWER AND BIOGAS: DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE © OECD 2010 Bioheat, Biopower and Biogas developments and implications for agriculture This report complements earlier OECD work on liquid biofuels and provides information on biomass based heat and power, as well as on biogas.
BIOHEAT, BIOPOWER AND BIOGAS: DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE © OECD 2010 Wood chip (forest residues) (COMB domestic) Wood chip (forest residues) (COMB) Long logs (COMB domestic) SRC (COMB domestic) SRC (COMB) Straw (COMB) 0 # Data*) 2 7 1 1 3 2 # unique *) 1 3 1 1 2 2 Fuel oil Miscanthus (COMB) Straw (COMB) Wood chip (SRC) (COMB) Wood chip (forestry residue) (COMB) Miscanthus (GAS) Straw (GAS) Wood chip (SRC) (GAS) Wood chip (forestry residue) (GAS) Miscanthus (COF) Wood chip (SRC) (COF) Wood chip (forestry residue) (COF) Wood chip (forestry residue) (COMB) CHP Wood chip (SRC) (COMB) CHP Straw (COMB) CHP Wood chip (forestry residue) (GAS) CHP Wood chip (SRC) (GAS) CHP Straw (GAS) CHP # data*) 4 2 5 3 1 1 3 3 2 4 4 3 2 1 2 2 1 # unique *) 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 Natural gas Coal 0 Natural gas MJ/MJ MJ/MJ 32 – THE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE OF ALTERNATIVE BIOENERGY CHAINS Figure 9.
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