Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPaper – Annual report year: 2012

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Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste. / Astrup, Thomas Fruergaard; Turconi, Roberto; Tonini, Davide; Damgaard, Anders; Clavreul, Julie; Christensen, Thomas Højlund; Boldrin, Alessio.

2012. Paper presented at Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice, Italy.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPaper – Annual report year: 2012

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Astrup, TF, Turconi, R, Tonini, D, Damgaard, A, Clavreul, J, Christensen, TH & Boldrin, A 2012, 'Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste' Paper presented at Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice, Italy, 12/11/12 - 15/11/12,

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Astrup TF, Turconi R, Tonini D, Damgaard A, Clavreul J, Christensen TH, Boldrin A. 2012. Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste. Paper presented at Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice, Italy.

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Astrup TF, Turconi R, Tonini D, Damgaard A, Clavreul J, Christensen TH et al. Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste. 2012. Paper presented at Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice, Italy.

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Astrup, Thomas Fruergaard; Turconi, Roberto; Tonini, Davide; Damgaard, Anders; Clavreul, Julie; Christensen, Thomas Højlund; Boldrin, Alessio / Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste.

2012. Paper presented at Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice, Italy.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPaper – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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author = "Astrup, {Thomas Fruergaard} and Roberto Turconi and Davide Tonini and Anders Damgaard and Julie Clavreul and Christensen, {Thomas Højlund} and Alessio Boldrin",
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T1 - Easetech Energy: Advanced Life Cycle Assessment of Energy from Biomass and Waste

A1 - Astrup,Thomas Fruergaard

A1 - Turconi,Roberto

A1 - Tonini,Davide

A1 - Damgaard,Anders

A1 - Clavreul,Julie

A1 - Christensen,Thomas Højlund

A1 - Boldrin,Alessio

AU - Astrup,Thomas Fruergaard

AU - Turconi,Roberto

AU - Tonini,Davide

AU - Damgaard,Anders

AU - Clavreul,Julie

AU - Christensen,Thomas Højlund

AU - Boldrin,Alessio

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - SUMMARY: Biomass and waste are expected to play a key role in future energy systems based on large shares of renewable energy resources. The LCA model EASETECH Energy was developed specifically for modelling large and complex energy systems including various technologies and several processing steps. The model allows simultaneous balancing of mass and energy flows of the system under assessment, and is equipped with advanced tools for sensitivity/uncertainty analysis. EASETECH Energy was used to assess the environmental footprint of the Danish energy system in 2050 (based on 100% renewables) and compare it to the<br/>current situation. The results show that the future Danish energy systems will have a rather different environmental footprint than the current one.

AB - SUMMARY: Biomass and waste are expected to play a key role in future energy systems based on large shares of renewable energy resources. The LCA model EASETECH Energy was developed specifically for modelling large and complex energy systems including various technologies and several processing steps. The model allows simultaneous balancing of mass and energy flows of the system under assessment, and is equipped with advanced tools for sensitivity/uncertainty analysis. EASETECH Energy was used to assess the environmental footprint of the Danish energy system in 2050 (based on 100% renewables) and compare it to the<br/>current situation. The results show that the future Danish energy systems will have a rather different environmental footprint than the current one.

ER -