Biogas from Lignocellulosic Materials

  title={Biogas from Lignocellulosic Materials},
  author={Maryam M. Kabir and Gergely Forg{\'a}cs and I. Horv{\'a}th},
  • Maryam M. Kabir, Gergely Forgács, I. Horváth
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science
  • Methane production via anaerobic digestion is a steadily growing industry in Europe and all over the world. Biomethane reduces the demand for fossil fuels, since it can be used for the production of power and heat or converted to vehicle fuel. Anaerobic digestion is a renewable energy technology; however, it can also be considered as a low-cost environmental-friendly waste management process, since it reduces the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs), while it stabilizes the wastes. Currently… CONTINUE READING
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