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Industrial Process Indicators and Heat Integration in Industries (Brunner/Slawitsch/Giannakopoulou/Schnitzer 2008)

The goal of this report, developed in the framework of the Task33/IV - Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (SHIP) of theInternational Energy Agency, is to give an overview of the toolswhich have been developed within this IEA Task 33/IV.

The IEA Bioenergy Annual Report 2005

Bioenergy is increasingly utilised to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG). Various options exist for trading bioenergy and bioenergy services between countries.

NAMA Guidelines for Land-Use and Bioenergy (2010)

The land use and bioenergy sectors from an integrated system. This system has features that are likely to require approaches distinct from those suitable for other sectors. Thus, although a general framework for NAMAs has been developed, requirements appropriate to specific sectors are needed.

Performance and risks of advanced pulverised coal plant (Nalbandian, 05-2008)

Hermine Nalbandian
Publisher: IEA-CCC
English, 70 Seiten

SolarUpdate Vol. 51 (November 2009)

Newsletter of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme, Topics: Renovating houses to meet high energy standards, Solar Forecasting to Support District Heating in Austria, country spotlight - solar thermal in france, Solar + Heat Pumps, Harmonization of Testing Standards and Certification Requirements

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.


Bio-waste Digestion Markgrafneusiedl: The example of a successful bio-waste fermentation plant described in this contribution is operated by Bio-waste Digestion "Markgrafneusiedl". The plant with an annual capacity of 15,000 tonnes went into operation in 2006. It can process a variety of bio-waste material such as waste from the meat processing industry, separately collected bio-waste from households and even food waste contained in steel barrels of up to 200 litres.

IEA Bioenergy Task 42 Biorefineries : adding value to sustainable utilisation of biomass (2009)

This feature article provides an overview of the work of Task 42: Biorefineries: Co-Production of Fuels, Chemicals, Power and Materials from Biomass. It was prepared by the Task Leaders, Mr. Ed de Jong, Avantium Technologies BC and Mr. René van Ree, Wageningen University and Research Centre, the Netherlands.

Aerosols from biomass combustion (2005)

Proceedings of a workshop organised at the 18th of March 2005 in Graz. A summary of the meeting is available for download. The full proceedings are published as a separate book. IEA Implementing Agreement "Bioenergy".

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