By G. Grassi, A. Collina, H. Zibetta
Complaints of the overseas convention on Biomass for power, and setting held in Athens, Greece, 22-26 April 1991.
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Il est urgent de mener une campagne d’information et de communication pour expliquer aux consommateurs: – l’intérêt de l’entretien de la nature par les agriculteurs, – l’intérêt de maintenir des emplois et des familles paysannes, – l’intérêt de produire des biocarburants propres, même s’il faut les payer un peu plus cher: l’ester d’huile employé pur ou en mélange dans les moteurs (entre 10 et 50%) sans modification de ceux-ci permet de réduire l’émmission de particules. 000 tonnes/an). A partir d’avril 1992, des flottes captives de véhicules circuleront dans les villes avec du diester.
Energy and protection of the environment are our government’s top priorities. We are obliged to adopt these priorities because, Greece is, unfortunately, energy deficient, mainly as regards liquid fuels. Our expenditures of foreign exchange to cover fuel requirements were and continue to be the largest share of Greece’s total foreign exchange payments. These imports, obviously cannot be changed if we want to keep up a satisfactory pace of development and the well-being of our citizens. It is therefore clear, how comforting the message of biomass is: “Substitution of fossil fuels with liquid fuels produced from solid organic by-products, or even from energy plantations”.
Biomass—to—energy systems can be summarized in two major types: (a) direct combustion of biomass materials, generally to manufacture process heat, steam, or electricity; (b) the production of molecules that are rich in carbon or hydrogen or both and poor in the elements like oxygene and nitrogen which do not contribute to high energy content. The first approach requires technical improvement to enhance the efficiency. The second approach is of greatest scientific interest. The conversion of biomass through microbiological, thermal or thermochemical methods leads in increasing of the energy in the end products.
Biomass for energy, industry and environment: 6th EC conference; [proceedings of the International Conference on Biomass for Energy, Industry and Environment held in Athens, Greece, 22 - 26 April 1991] by G. Grassi, A. Collina, H. Zibetta