Biofuels for fuel cells: renewable energy from biomass fermentation

P.N.L. Lens, P. Westermann, M. Haberbauer, A. Moreno

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Abstract

This book has been produced under the auspices of the Network ‘Biomass Fermentation Towards Usage in Fuel Cells’. The Network comprises nine partners from eight European countries and is funded by the European Science Foundation. This volume includes a chapter, from each of the member institutions, describing the state-of-the-art of biomass fermentation for use in various types of fuel cells and giving insight into current research. The book is divided into six parts: Status and development of bioenergy; Biomass fermentation; Fuel cells; Upgrading fermentation biofuels to fuel cell quality; Case studies; and a Glossary.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
PublisherIWA Publishing
Number of pages608
ISBN (Print)9781843390923
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Publication series

NameIntegrated environmental technology series

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Biofuels
Fermentation
Fuel cells
Biomass
Glossaries

Keywords

  • fuels
  • bioenergy
  • biomass
  • renewable resources
  • fermentation

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Lens, P. N. L., Westermann, P., Haberbauer, M., & Moreno, A. (2005). Biofuels for fuel cells: renewable energy from biomass fermentation. (Integrated environmental technology series). London, UK: IWA Publishing.
Lens, P.N.L. ; Westermann, P. ; Haberbauer, M. ; Moreno, A. / Biofuels for fuel cells: renewable energy from biomass fermentation. London, UK : IWA Publishing, 2005. 608 p. (Integrated environmental technology series).
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London, UK : IWA Publishing, 2005. 608 p. (Integrated environmental technology series).

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