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Record number 404737
Title Analysis of the economic impact of large-scale deployment of biomass resources for energy and materials in the Netherlands : macro-economics biobased synthesis report
Author(s) Hoefnagels, R.; Dornburg, V.; Faaij, A.; Banse, M.A.H.
Source Utrecht : Utrecht University, Department of Science, Technology and Society (STS) / Copernicus Institute - 40
Department(s) LEI Internationaal Beleid
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) biobased economy - biomassa - scenario-analyse - economische ontwikkeling - macro-economische analyse - bio-energie - nederland - vervangbare hulpbronnen - biomass - scenario analysis - economic development - macroeconomic analysis - bioenergy - netherlands - renewable resources
Categories Economics (General)
Abstract The Bio-based Raw Materials Platform (PGG), part of the Energy Transition in The Netherlands, commissioned the Agricultural Economics Research Institute (LEI) and the Copernicus Institute of Utrecht University to conduct research on the macro-economic impact of large scale deployment of biomass for energy and materials in the Netherlands. Two model approaches were applied based on a consistent set of scenario assumptions: a bottom-up study including technoeconomic projections of fossil and bio-based conversion technologies and a topdown study including macro-economic modelling of (global) trade of biomass and fossil resources. The results of the top-down and bottom-up modelling work are reported separately. The results of the synthesis of the modelling work are presented in this report.
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