Task 43: Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets

WIREs Journal – Energy and Environment

Articles for download from WIREs – Energy and Environment

 Opportunities to Encourage Mobilization of Sustainable Bioenergy Supply Chains. WIREs Energy Environ 2016. doi: 10.1002/wene.237.  Smith CT, Lattimore B, Berndes G, Bentsen NS, Dimitriou I, Langeveld JWA, Thif fault E.

The climate effect of increased forest bioenergy use in Sweden:  evaluation at different spatial and temporal scales 
O. Cintas, G. Berndes, A.L. Cowie, G. Egnell, H. Holmström and G.I. Agren

The impact of biofuel demand on agricultural commodity prices:  a systematic review
U. Martin Persson

Recovery rate of harvest residues for bioenergy in boreal and temperate forests:  A review
E. Thiffault, A. Béchard, D. Paré, D. Allen

How do sustainability standards consider biodiversity?
O. Englund, G. Berndes

Performance of small-scale straw-to-heat supply chains in Norway
H. Belbos, B. Talbot

Bioenergy options for New Zealand: key findings from five studies.
Hall, P. May 2013.

Best management practices for forest bioenergy programs. Neary, D. G. May 2013.

Transport sector in Ireland: can 2020 national policy targets drive indigenous biofuel production to success? Gusciute, E., Devlin, G., Murphy, F. and K. McDonnell.   July 2013.

The climate benefit of Swedish ethanol: present and prospective performance
P. Borjesson, S. Ahlgren, G. Berndes

Principles of nutrient management for sustainable forest bioenergy production
D. Mead, C. Smith

Bioenergy and land use changing-state of the art
G. Berndes, S. Ahlgren, P. Borjesson, A.L. Cowie

Forest bioenergy feedstock harvesting effects on water supply
D.G. Neary, K.A. Koestner    

Forest energy procurement: state of the art in Finland and Sweden
J. Routa, A. Asikainen, R. Bjorheden, J. Laitila, D. Roser

Options for increasing biomass output from long-rotation forestry.
G. Egnell, R. Bjorheden