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The IEA Bioenergy Annual Report 2006

Of the available biomass conversion technologies for production of more usable energy forms, fast pyrolysis is the least developed, but offers the benefits of a liquid fuel with concomitant advantages of easy storage and transport as well as higher power generation efficiencies than fossil fuelled systems at the smaller scales of operation that are likely to be realised from bioenergy systems.
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The IEA Bioenergy Annual Report 2006 contains a feature article about Biomass Pyrolysis prepared by Task 34. Of the available biomass conversion technologies for production of more usable energy forms, fast pyrolysis is the least developed, but offers the benefits of a liquid fuel with concomitant advantages of easy storage and transport as well as higher power generation efficiencies than fossil fuelled systems at the smaller scales of operation that are likely to be realised from bioenergy systems.

The progress report for the following 12 ongoing Tasks during 2006 is provided:

  • Task 29: Socio-economic Drivers in Implementing Bioenergy Projects
  • Task 30: Short Rotation Crops for Bioenergy Systems
  • Task 31: Biomass Production for Energy from Sustainable Forestry
  • Task 32: Biomass Combustion and Co-Firing
  • Task 33: Thermal Gasification of Biomass
  • Task 34: Pyrolysis of Biomass
  • Task 36: Energy Recovery from Municipal Solid Waste
  • Task 37: Energy from Biogas and Landfill Gas
  • Task 38: Greenhouse Gas Balances of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems
  • Task 39: Liquid Biofuels from Biomass
  • Task 40: Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade: Securing Supply and Demand
  • Task 41: Bioenergy Systems Analysis

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The IEA Bioenergy Annual Report 2006
2007, 124 pages

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