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Substituting Biofuel for Coal: Determining the Optimal Perennial Grass Species and Nitrogen Fertilization Level for Bioenergy Production in Eastern Ontario
Renewable energy production has become increasingly important in recent years due to climate change and energy security issues, and bioenergy crops may be able to supply a large amount of the world’s energy needs. Bioenergy ...
Bioenergy Systems in Canada: Towards Energy Security and Climate Change Solutions
The energy security and climate change risks of fossil fuel consumption have stimulated interest in developing renewable energy sources. Canada’s vast biomass potential is an attractive local resource but high transportation ...
An optimization study of integrated agriculture production systems for meeting household food, fodder and fuel demands : a case study in the dryland region of India
For the nearly 70% of India’s population of 1.2 billion who reside in rural villages, agriculture is often the primary source of income, as well as of food, fodder and fuel. Rural agricultural systems are recognized as ...