CE Delft has a wealth of experience studying biomass chains. In all future economic scenarios there is a key role for sustainable biomass as a substitute for fossil fuels and fossil feedstocks.
Biomass can be used for energy production (gas, heat and electricity), in the (chemical) industry (feedstock and energy) and in transport (biofuels). We ‘unlock’ available knowhow for our clients (industry, NGOs, governments) and translate it into vision, business plans and policy. We research:
CE Delft has experience with all the links in the biomass chain – from the soil on which it grows via harvesting and conversion through to application. Large-scale biomass production can impact negatively on land use, biodiversity and socio-economic conditions in countries of origin. These are all aspects with which government and industry are confronted, because of the EU’s mandatory biofuel percentage, for example, or because industries need an acceptable supply for a production process.
We ourselves distinguish knowhow and advice on:
In the field of biomass CE Delft has a wide range of services on offer:
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