Present and prospective role of bioenergy in regional energy system

  title={Present and prospective role of bioenergy in regional energy system},
  author={T. V. Ramachandra and N. V. Joshi and D. K. Subramanian},
  journal={Renewable \& Sustainable Energy Reviews},
Bioethanol from macroalgae: Prospects and challenges
An overview of biomass energy utilization in Pakistan
Bioresource status in Karnataka
Forest biomass and bioenergy production and the role of CDM in Bangladesh
The use of forest biomass as a renewable energy source has received much attention as a response to climate change and the increasing global demands for energy. Local availability and conversion into
A Comprehensive Model for Evaluation of Carbon Footprint and Greenhouse Gages Emission in Household Biogas Plants
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  • Engineering
    2012 Third International Conference on Digital Manufacturing & Automation
  • 2012
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Bioenergy: A sustainable Energy Option for Rural India
Rural population of India depends on bio-energy for cooking, space and water heating. Though most of the energy needs in India is harvested from fossil fuels, 70% of the rural population depends on
Regional Bioenergy Planning for Sustainability in Himachal Pradesh, India
Energy system in mountainous regions is complex due to the wide variations in the availability and demand of energy resources. Mountain inhabitants are traditionally dependent on bioenergy resources
The Status of Bioenergy in the Sharavathi River Basin, India
Most of the developing countries including India depend heavily on bioenergy and it accounts for about 15% of the global energy usage. Its role in meeting a region's requirement has increased the


Biomass for energy: supply prospects.
Biomass for energy can be obtained from residues of ongoing agricultural and forest-product industries, from harvesting forests, and from dedicated plantations. The harvesting of forests for biomass
Biomass gasification in India — DNES activities
Energy utilisation in rural industries in Karnataka
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Biomass - fired steam power co - generation system: a theoretical study
Ecological studies on four rainforests in Karnataka, India. I: environment, structure, floristics and biomass
The environment, structure and floristics of four evergreen rainforest sites at 575-800 m altitude in Karnataka, southern India, are described and one site is unusual and has an almost monospecific dominance by Poeciloneuron indicum (Guttiferae).
Litter production and seasonality in tropical moist forest ecosystems of Uttara Kannada district, Karnataka
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  • Environmental Science
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1990
Microlitterfall, ground litter and large wood litterfall were quantified in differently managed forest ecosystems of Uttara Kannada district (lat. 13°55′ to 15°31′N; long. 74°9′ to 75°10′E) with an
Above Ground Biomass in Tropical Rain Forests of Western Ghats, India
  • S. Rai
  • Environmental Science
  • 1984
Above ground biomass of four study areas in the Tropical Rain Forests of Western Ghats of Karnataka is given. The average stauding biomass of plants above 5cm DBH came to 458.204 t/ha and that of
The Denuded Condition of the Minor Forest in Kanara Coastal Tract, its History and a Scheme for its Regeneration
The strip of forest lying between the Kanara seaboard and the foot of the Western Ghauts or Sahyadris has been mostly constituted the minor forest and set apart for the exercise of the local
Handbook of agriculture
Part 1 Soils: introduction solid soil components the liquid phase of the soil soil chemistry artificial soil, substrates soil disinfection cultivation without soil, hydroponics. Part 2 Fertilizers:
Litterfall and productivity in a tropical rain forest, Southern Baakundu Forest Reserve, Cameroon
Litterfall was measured monthly in ten 1 m 2 traps in each of two 0.25 ha plots in the rain forest of Southern Bakundu Forest Reserve, Cameroon for 18 months from 1 July 1982 to 31 December 1983.