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Record number 444609
Title Herbaceous biomass supply chains : assessing the greenhouse gas balance, economics and ILUC effects of Ukrainian biomass for domestic and Dutch energy markets
Author(s) Poppens, R.P.; Lesschen, J.P.; Galytska, M.; Jamblinne, P. de; Kraisvitnii, P.; Elbersen, H.W.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 52
Department(s) BBP Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains
Sustainable Soil Use
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) biomassa productie - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - duurzaamheidsscan - phragmites - stro - panicum virgatum - broeikasgassen - kosten-batenanalyse - indirecte veranderingen van landgebruik - oekraïne - biobased economy - biomass production - sustainability - sustainability scan - phragmites - straw - panicum virgatum - greenhouse gases - cost benefit analysis - indirect land use change - ukraine - biobased economy
Categories Bioenergy
Abstract This report describes the supply chain performance for three types of biomass feedstock (reed, straw and switchgrass) and for three sustainability aspects, i.e. the greenhouse gas balance, economics and Indirect Land Use change effects (ILUC). Calculations are based on a fictional supply chain set-up, as no large-scaled commercial biomass operations have been initiated yet by the project partners. The analysis was performed for use of biomass pellets both on the domestic energy market and the Dutch electricity market, in four different supply chain configurations.
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