ANALYSIS OF POSSIBILITY TO OBTAIN WOOD FUEL FROM ADDITIONAL SOURCES IN UKRAINE
Rate of development of bioenergy in Ukraine is analyzed. The paper considers possibilities for obtaining wood fuel from such additional sources as shelterbelt forests, shelter forests along motor roads and railways and dead wood. It is shown that the use of these additional sources may increase the energy potential of wood biomass in Ukraine in more than two times.
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