Techno-economic analysis and climate change impacts of sugarcane biorefineries considering different time horizons

Techno-economic analysis and climate change impacts of sugarcane biorefineries considering different time horizons

Tassia L. Junqueira, Mateus F. Chagas, Vera L. R. Gouveia, Mylene C. A. F. Rezende, Marcos D. B. Watanabe, Charles D. F. Jesus, Otavio Cavalett, Artur Y. Milanez, Antonio Bonomi

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Background: Ethanol production from lignocellulosic feedstocks (also known as 2nd generation or 2G ethanol process) presents a great potential for reducing both ethanol production costs and climate change impacts since agricultural residues and dedicated energy crops are used as feedstock. This...

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Techno-economic analysis and climate change impacts of sugarcane biorefineries considering different time horizons

Tassia L. Junqueira, Mateus F. Chagas, Vera L. R. Gouveia, Mylene C. A. F. Rezende, Marcos D. B. Watanabe, Charles D. F. Jesus, Otavio Cavalett, Artur Y. Milanez, Antonio Bonomi


										

Techno-economic analysis and climate change impacts of sugarcane biorefineries considering different time horizons

Tassia L. Junqueira, Mateus F. Chagas, Vera L. R. Gouveia, Mylene C. A. F. Rezende, Marcos D. B. Watanabe, Charles D. F. Jesus, Otavio Cavalett, Artur Y. Milanez, Antonio Bonomi

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    Biotechnology for biofuels

    Vol. 10 (Mar., 2017), n. art. 50