|Author||Title (in English)||Publisher||Year||Country|
|Department for transport; department of energy & climate change; department for environment, food and rural affairs||UK Bioenergy Strategy 2012||Department for transport; department of energy & climate change; department for environment, food and rural affairs||2012||UK||Show detail|
Title (orig.): UK Bioenergy Strategy 2012
This strategy sets out the Coalition Government’s approach to securing the benefits of bioenergy. It is the result of extensive analysis by a Cross Government team. In considering how to secure these benefits we have examined the wide range of evidence on the availability of sustainably-produced biomass feedstocks to UK users, the likely carbon impacts of bioenergy compared to possible alternative uses of the biomass resource; and the role of biomass in the energy system compared to other choices for low-carbon energy. The strategy also builds on analysis used for the Committee on Climate Change’s Bioenergy Review and includes the Coalition Government’s response to that review
(LCMW) Relevance: This strategy sets out the approach to securing the benefits of bioenergy
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