|Liquid biofuels for transportation in Tanzania
Tanzania relies exclusively on imports for its oil needs. The value of Tanzania’s import increased from US $ 1,661.4 mio. in 2002 to US $ 2,145.3 mio. in 2003. This is largely attributed to an ...
|Climate change and technology
This paper examines how a global climate regime for post-2012 could more effectively promote the development, deployment and diffusion (DD&D) of appropriate technologies.Technology is expected to play a critical role in the mitigation of and ...
|USDA’s 2002 ethanol cost-of-production survey
Ethanol is a clean renewable gasoline additive produced from domestically grown feedstocks such as corn, sorghum, barley, and wheat. In 1980 to 2004, the ethanol industry and its role expanded significantly. Ethanol production capacity increased ...
|An assessment of biomass feedstock and conversion research opportunities
This report is one of a series of assessments on various areas of the energy landscape prepared by GCEP staff. The assessments are intended to provide an introduction to the energy area as well as ...
|Advancing bioenergy for sustainable development - Guideline for policymakers and investors (Joint UNDP/World Bank)
This report is part of Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme (ESMAP)’s work programme on the development of renewable energy resources.It provides a broad review of the issues that a policymaker or project developer may face ...
|Guidelines for growing grain legumes in Europe
AEP, the European Association for Grain Legume Research, is a European-based but internationally-active network of scientists and end-users concerned with grain legumes (peas, faba beans, lupins, chickpeas, lentils, Phaseolus beans, etc.).Legume seeds are rich in ...
|Jatropha Curcas L.: an international botanical answer to biodiesel production and renewable energy
This report was prepared by DOVE BIOTECH LTD. in order to describe Jatropha curcas l and it different uses. It presents a botanical description and refers to cases in different places in the world which ...
|Bankable Energy Efficiency Projects (BEEP) - Experiences in Central and Eastern European Countries
The brochure builds on the results and experiences of the EU-funded scheme “Bankable Energy Efficiency Projects (BEEP)”, which was implemented during the period from January 2003 through December 2004.The BEEP scheme was designed to develop ...
|Bio-energy in Europe: changing technology choices
Bio-energy is seen as one of the key options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and substitute fossil fuels. This is certainly evident in Europe, where a kaleidoscope of activities and programs was and is executed ...
|Unified bioenergy terminology
This paper examines and reviews currently used terminology and definitions for woodfuels and other biofuels used in FAO, and in other major databases on biomass-based energy sources. It also proposes ways to improve the methodology ...