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Biofuels in Developing Countries

 Prof. Eric Tollens
  5th-Aug-2009
Description: Second generation biofuels, which do not compete with food crops, are still years away from profitable production. First generation biofuels are controversial for two reasons: 1. they compete with food crops for resources and drive up the prices, 2. their questionable Kyoto (GHG) effect. World ethanol and biodiesel production forecast, 2000-2017, ethanol GHG emissions reduction compared to gasoline, breakeven for crude oil and biofuel production costs in selected countries are examined.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Biomass
Contents:
Launch Event Leuven Sustainable Earth
Workshop 10: Sustainable biofuels

Biofuels in Developing Countries: Situation and Prospects

Prof. Eric Tollens, K.U.Leuven Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Leuven

Leuven Sustainable Earth Research Centre June 19, 2009

1. Introduction
� Biofuels comprise a very large diversity of fuels from organic origin

� Our focus ... See more

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