Publications, reports, our magazine Bioenergy International, directories and other interesting reading.
Författare: Kjell Andersson, Svebio
Bioenergy is Sweden’s largest source of energy and accounts for 38 per cent of Sweden’s energy use today. The use of bioenergy has more than doubled since the beginning of the 1990s. We can double again, until 2045. Between 2000 and 2017, the use of bioenergy increased by 3.5 TWh per year. This report, Roadmap Bioenergy, shows that we can continue at the same pace for the next 25 years. We analyze the potentials for bioenergy with domestic resources in Sweden.
Other publications and reports
- Bioenergy from boreal forests: Swedish approach to sustainable wood use (Svebio / IRENA 2019)
- Bioenergy – The Swedish experience (download the pdf) or contact us if you would like to order printed copies, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Carbon tax – key instrument for energy transition!
- Gasoline-Ethanol-Methanol (GEM) Ternary Fuel Blend as an Alternative Passenger Car Fuel in Sweden
Sebastiaan Nikolas Tsirakos, Master Thesis, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (dec. 2017)
Our magazine Bioenergy International is published 7 times per year and is available in print and as e-magazine.
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Each print and digital issue includes a comprehensive directory that lists the main technology suppliers to a specific sub-sector. This provides an overview and contact base. These directories are found here