An integrated framework to assess spatial and related implications of biomass delivery chains

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Abstract

The overall objective of the ME4 research project was to develop an integrated framework to assess and analyse the spatial implications and related opportunities and consequences of an increased implementation of biomass delivery chains for energy, biofuels and biochemicals at different geographical levels. The research project has addressed four main topics: biomass in The Netherlands and EU present and future situation; framework tool for integrated spatial design and assessment of regional biomass chains; regional biomass chains evaluation; dialogue on sustainability of bioenergy.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNieuwegein
PublisherClimate changes Spatial Planning
Number of pages68
ISBN (Print)9789088150425
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameKvR
PublisherClimate changes Spatial Planning
No.048/12

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biomass
bioenergy
biofuel
sustainability
energy
research project
evaluation

Keywords

  • biomass
  • land use
  • bioenergy
  • sustainability
  • supply chain management
  • agro-industrial chains
  • biobased economy
  • netherlands
  • european union

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Annevelink, E., Elbersen, B. S., Elbersen, H. W., & Sanders, J. P. M. (2012). An integrated framework to assess spatial and related implications of biomass delivery chains. (KvR; No. 048/12). Nieuwegein: Climate changes Spatial Planning.
Annevelink, E. ; Elbersen, B.S. ; Elbersen, H.W. ; Sanders, J.P.M. / An integrated framework to assess spatial and related implications of biomass delivery chains. Nieuwegein : Climate changes Spatial Planning, 2012. 68 p. (KvR; 048/12).
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Nieuwegein : Climate changes Spatial Planning, 2012. 68 p. (KvR; No. 048/12).

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Annevelink E, Elbersen BS, Elbersen HW, Sanders JPM. An integrated framework to assess spatial and related implications of biomass delivery chains. Nieuwegein: Climate changes Spatial Planning, 2012. 68 p. (KvR; 048/12).