October 18 2012

Milan, Italy - FEEM-IEFE Seminar on Performances of Centralised and Decentralised Biomass Processing

The research presented compares environmental and profitability outcomes for two biomass refineries relying on decentralised or centralised primary source, respectively. The results show that the former leads to lower profitability but to better environmental performance, thanks to greater reliance on perennial grasses than the centralized biorefinery.

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei

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