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Evaluation of the comparative energy, global warming and socio-economic costs and benefits of biodiesel - NF0422

Description
This proposed study is intended to provide an independent, comprehensive and rigorous evaluation of the comparative energy, environmental and socio-economic costs and benefits of biodiesel production in the United Kingdom, to compare results with those of other relevant "green" fuels and relevant energy saving measures, and to evaluate the case for changes to current government policy. The study will inform the debate on biodiesel production and use in the United Kingdom and results will published.
Project Documents
• Final Report : Evaluation of the comparative energy, global warming and socio-economic costs and benefits of biodiesel   (763k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2001

To: 2002

Cost: £23,440
Contractor / Funded Organisations
University - Sheffield Hallam
Keywords
Agri-Industrial              
Arable Farming              
Biofuels              
Crops              
Farming              
Fields of Study
Non-Food Crops