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Internationale Energieagentur (IEA)

WET FERMENTATION TECHNOLOGY FOR BIO-WASTES (2007)

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. English

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Solar Heat Worldwide - Markets and Contribution to the Energy Supply 2005

The solar thermal collector capacity in operation worldwide equaled 107.8 GWth corresponding to 154 million square meters at the end of the year 2005. Of this, 90.7 GWth were accounted for by flat-plate and evacuated tube collectors and 16.2 GWth for unglazed plastic collectors. Air collector capacity was installed to an extent of 0.9 GWth. English

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Coal supply challenges for China (Minchener, 09-2007)

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Design Guidelines - Solar Space Heating of Factory Buildings With Underfloor Heating Systems (Jaehnig/Weiss 2008)

The energy required for the space heating of factory buildings and warehouses can be a major percentageof the energy consumption of a company. While in some cases, waste heat from other processesin the company is available and is the most cost effective way to heat a factory building, aninteresting option is to use solar energy to cover the heat demand of an industrial building. English

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Cofiring of coal with waste fuels (Fernando, 09-2007)

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Energy Policies of IEA Countries - Austria -- 2007 Review

Since the last review in 2002, Austrian energy policy has seen many positive developments. Today, Austria counts among the IEA member countries with the highest share of renewable energy supply, thus increasing energy security and reducing CO2 emissions. Great progress has also been made in the utilisation of biomass for heat and electricity production. Nevertheless, many challenges remain. English

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Trace elements and fly ash utilisation (Sloss, 03-2007)

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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. English

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Public attitudes to coal-fired power plant (Fernando, 10-2006)

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Ash management in coal-fired power plants (Couch, 10-2006)

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Use of PCI in blast furnaces (Carpenter, 09-2006)

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Trends in SO2 emissions (Zhu, 09-2006)

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IEA: Co-utilisation of Biomass with Fossil Fuels

Summary and Conclusions from the IEA Bioenergy ExCo 55 Workshop English

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Power projects using methane from coal mines (Sloss, 08-2006)

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Management of FGD residues (Smith, 08-2006)

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