24 May 2016 - 26 May 2016
The session on "Future large-scale biorefineries: technological choice and value chains" was dedicated to the Formas project "Large-scale implementation of biorefineries: new value chains, products and efficient biomass feed-stock utilization". Elisabeth Wetterlund presented the BeWhere Sweden model, Sylvain Leduc the European version of BeWhere and Ismael Ouraich the link from BeWhere to EconMod, a geographic explicit economic model applied for the Swedish forest sector.
(1) Next-generation biofuel production integrated with Swedish forest industry – technology and location choices.
Elisabeth Wetterlund, Luleå University of Technology, Energy Science, Sweden.
(2) A European overview of the woody biomass feedstock availability and its applications.
Sylvain Leduc, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria.
(3) A geographically explicit approach for price determination of forest feedstocks under different next-generation biofuel production scenarios – The case of Sweden.
Ismail Ouraich, Luleå University of Technology, Economics, Sweden.
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