ENERGY AND ECOLOGY ANALYSIS OF BIOENERGY TECHNOLOGIES. PART 2
The paper covers the issue of energy efficiency of biogas production and production of first generation liquid biofuels. Assessment of GHG balance when replacing fossil fuels by biomass is performed.
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