Science and technology options for harnessing bioenergy's potential: bioenergy and agriculture promises and challenges
"Much of the technology development for bioenergy to date has been geared toward competing with cheap fossil fuels. Bioenergy technologies have focused on reducing the cost per unit of energy produced, often exclusively by exploiting very cheap feedstocks and processing them on a large scale. But as the era of cheap fossil fuels comes to an end and as societies become more willing to pay for sustainable energy sources that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there will be new opportunities for developing and using bioenergy technologies that can contribute to a wider range of economic, social, and environmental objectives. This brief discusses current and future technologies and options appropriate to developing countries... Many developing countries may be able to leapfrog first-generation bioenergy technologies, particularly in developing their electricity and transport systems. They may also want to choose scales and technologies for biomass production and processing that can promote pro-poor and employment-intensive patterns of growth." from Text
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