Moving towards a next-generation ethanol economy
The world has a unique opportunity to develop a next-generation bioproduct industry in the next two decades. There could be major benefits in terms of job creation, the economy, reduction of greenhouse gases and energy security. The regular supply of agricultural residue can underpin the development of this industry. It is a resource that can be sustainably harvested without altering current agricultural land use patterns.
Diversifying farmers' income - how a bioproduct industry will affect the EU27 agricultural sector
In Europe today there is an agricultural residue resource available that could be sustainably harvested without altering current agricultural land-use patterns. This resource could be turned into a variely of bioproducts ranging from transport fuels to chemicals and plastics. And it can be grown again and again each year in perpetuity.
Next-generation ethanol and biochemicals: what's in it for Europe
Europe has a unique opportunity to develop a EU27 next-generation bioproducts industry over the next decade, with major benefits for job creation, the economy, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and energy security. In this report, Bloomberg New Energy Finance explores the outcomes, barriers and policies required to develop a bioproducts industry in EU27 over the next decade.
Next-generation ethanol: what's in it for India
The agricultural sector has long been the backbone of India's economy. It also now presents a uniqute opportunity to develop a next-generation ethanol industry over the next decade, with significant potential for the economy, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions ane heightened energy security. In this report, Bloomberg New Energy Finance explores the industry potential, barriers and policies required to facilitate its development in India over the next decade.