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|Title:||A Brief Overview of Biomass-To-Liquid Fuels|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources for Southeast Europe, Bioenergy Forum p. 32-34|
|Publisher:||Via Expo Ltd|
|Type:||Contributions to Conferences|
|Abstract:||The article aims to summarise the key findings of the JRC-IE report EUR 21745 / 2005 on the techno-economic aspects of the production of biomass-to-liquid fuels and their potential automotive applications in the EU by 2010 and beyond. The key conclusion of the article are the following: 1. Beyond 2010 BTL fuels can have a larger contribution to the security and diversity of energy supply, the improvement of the transport fuel supply and the reduction of GHG emissions at lower cost than conventional biofuels. 2. A number of factors, including ones that are not related to bioenergy and the energy sector in general, could act as barriers to the market penetration of BTL fuels.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Energy and Transport|
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