Bioenergy RES hybrids − assessment of status in Finland, Austria, Germany, and Denmark

  title={Bioenergy RES hybrids − assessment of status in Finland, Austria, Germany, and Denmark},
  author={Elina Hakkarainen and Ilkka Hannula and Esa K. Vakkilainen},
This paper surveys the status and future prospects of bioenergy renewable energy source (RES) hybrids, i.e. energy conversion processes that have at least two renewable energy inputs, one of which is bioenergy. Finland, Austria, Germany and Denmark were the case study countries. We found that the implementation of bioenergy RES hybrids was already ongoing in various sectors, but a majority of them was focused on domestic heating applications. Bioenergy can be used to provide flexible resources… 

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  • Aie
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