|Author||Title (in English)||Publisher||Year||Country|
|Pat Howes, Judith Bates, Mike Landy, Susan O’Brien, AEA, Rhys Herbert, Oxford Economics and Robert Matthews and Geoff Hogan, Forest Research||UK and Global Bioenergy Resource - Final report||AEA||2011||UK||Show detail|
Title (orig.): UK and Global Bioenergy Resource - Final report
This report examines potential biomass supply in the UK between 2010 and 2030, given current constraints and the potential to address some of these constraints. It examines the supply side issues only and does not consider constraints on the conversion and use of biomass. The analysis examined the situation to 2030, based on forward estimates of potential biomass supply and included three international development scenarios: business as usual; high investment; and low development. The resource estimated for 2030 is not available now in many cases; a significant proportion of the supply in 2030 would require considerable investment to become available.
(LCMW) Relevance: This report examines potential biomass supply in the UK.
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