|Author||Title (in English)||Publisher||Year||Country|
|Danish Energy Agency||Limiting the use of corn and other feedstocks for the production of biogas||Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building||2012||DK||Show detail|
Title (orig.): Begrænsning for brug af majs og andre energiafgrøder til produktion af biogas
Quotation: “Under the new conditions, the Danish biogas sector is subject to legislation that limits the quantity of purposely grown energy crops that can be used in biogas plants to 25% (weight based, % of total biomass digested) by 2017 with further reduction to 12% by 2020.”
(Meyer, A.K.P., Ehimen, E.A. and Holm-Nielsen, J.B. 2014. Bioenergy production from roadside grass: A case study of the feasibility of using roadside grass for biogas production in Denmark. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 2014, 93, pp. 124–133.)
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