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Bioenergy: Vision for the New Millennium

Edited By: R Ramamurthi, S Kastury and WH Smith
Bioenergy: Vision for the New Millennium
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  • Bioenergy: Vision for the New Millennium ISBN: 9781578081417 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Addresses the use of innovative and eco-friendly technologies for energy production, and for management of the environment and its remediation.

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Bioenergy; the industry perspective on eco-friendly technology for biomass conversion into energy; specific issues related to bagasse usage; effective utilization of bagasse in cogeneration of power in a sugar plant; biomass energy plants; thermal conversion of biomass; woody biomass production; woody biomass production, species, land availability, policy issues, scientific and technology needs-assessment; value-added chemicals from the by-products of sugar agro industry; composting - an eco-friendly technology for waste management; eco-friendly technologies for environmental remediation/management; production of ethanol from legnocellulosic materials using clostridium thermocellum - a critical review; cellulose conversion to ethanol by a mesophilic cellulolytic bacterium; lending in the biomass energy sector.

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Edited By: R Ramamurthi, S Kastury and WH Smith
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