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An approach to estimating the greenhouse gas emissions of the biomass-to-energy supply chain

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1 Author(s)
Na Liu ; College of Management, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, 201620, China

Biomass is a renewable source of energy, which is generated by plants. The biomass can be used for production of heat, electricity and transportation fuels. The collection of biomass is a logistic process from different source locations to energy plants. The bio-energy supply chain can be set up in diverse ways that can result in different greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. GHG emissions have significant influence on the global climate. The research focuses on the approach to estimating the GHG emissions of the bio-energy supply chain.

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2012 IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Automation Engineering

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22-24 June 2012