Supergen researchers from the University of Manchester worked with Glass Futures to analyse the feasibility of biofuels providing low carbon alternative energy for the UK glass sector and have now published this report from their research “UK Biomass Resource Availability for the Glass Sector: Exploring the Feasibility of Decarbonising the UK Glass Sector through Bioenergy”.
Expanding the Miscanthus market in the UK: Growers in profile and experience, benefits and drawbacks of the bioenergy crop
To achieve net zero greenhouse gas emission by 2050 as set out by the 2019 amendment to the 2008 UK Climate Change Act, a major shift towards renewable energy is needed. This includes the development of new methods along with improving and upscaling existing technologies.
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