NR  Vol.4 No.1 , March 2013
Brief Analysis of Characteristics and Further Research Orientation of Bioenergy Supply Chain
Author(s) Mian Lu, Qiuhong Zhao
ABSTRACT

Because of the pressure in environmental protection and the less amount of conventional energy, more and more countries around the world attached great importance to the development and utilization of bioenergy. Using bioenergy effectively and setting up a perfect bioenergy industry chain are the premises for bioenergy to be well developed. The main applications of bioenergy in China are electric power generating and fuel refining. But there is still some gap between Chinaand other countries in bioenergy’s development, not only in the technology, but also in government policy support. First of all, this paper briefly introduces the concept and the basic condition, the development and utilization of bioenergy inChina. Secondly, this paper makes an analysis and comparison of supply chain for the biomass and coal. Finally, this paper gives some suggestions to the further research orientation of the biomass supply chain based on its characteristics.


Cite this paper
M. Lu and Q. Zhao, "Brief Analysis of Characteristics and Further Research Orientation of Bioenergy Supply Chain," Natural Resources, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2013, pp. 105-109. doi: 10.4236/nr.2013.41012.
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