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
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
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