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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Achieving Effective Biomass Strategies: Linking Regional and National Biomass Action PlansKAUTTO Niina; PECK PhilipContributions to Conferences
2009Developing Integrated Biomass Strategies - Links Between Regional and National Biomass Action PlansKAUTTO NiinaContributions to Conferences
2011From Optional BAPs to Obligatory NREAPs: Understanding Biomass Planning in the EUKAUTTO Niina; PECK PhilipArticles in Journals
2008National Biomass Action Plans - Effective Coordinators of Bioenergy Development?KAUTTO NIINA; PECK PhilipContributions to Conferences
2007Performance Analysis of Policy Mechanism Promoting Electricity from Renewable Biomass in the EUKAUTTO NIINAContributions to Conferences
2008Policy Options and Implementation Measures Promoting Electricity from Renewable Biomass in the European UnionKAUTTO NIINA; RODI MichaelContributions to Conferences
2012Regional biomass planning e Helping to realise national renewable energy goals?KAUTTO Niina; PECK PhilipArticles in Journals
2007Renewable Energy Snapshots 2007KAUTTO NIINA; JAEGER-WALDAU ARNULFEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Renewable Energy Snapshots 2009KAUTTO Niina; JAEGER-WALDAU ArnulfEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008The Role of National Biomass Action Plans in Coordinating the National Bioenergy ActivitiesKAUTTO NIINA; PECK PhilipContributions to Conferences
2004Status Report 2004. Energy End-Use Efficiency and Electricity from Biomass, Wind and Photovoltaics and in the European UnionJAEGER WALDAU A.; BERTOLDI P.; DUNLOP E.d.; HULD Thomas arne; KAUTTO Niina; MACHIRANT Andrew; SCHOLZ Harald; SURI MarcelEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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