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Linking economic and energy modelling with environmental assessment when modelling the on-farm implementation of anaerobic digestion

Muskolus, Andreas, Salter, A.M. and Jones, A. (2009) Linking economic and energy modelling with environmental assessment when modelling the on-farm implementation of anaerobic digestion At Green Week Scientific Conference 2009. Multi-Level Processes of Integration and Disintegration. 14 - 15 Jan 2009.

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Abstract

In order to determine the effects of the introduction of AD within a farming environment it is necessary to take into account all of the potential factors affecting on-farm biogas production in an integrated way. One of the problems faced by those trying to build integrated models is that the drivers for environmental, economic and energy production often conflict with one another and may be incompatible. This paper considers some of these drivers and how the three approaches, for economic, environmental and energy assessment may be integrated in order to address conflicts between them.

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Published date: 2009
Additional Information: This research was conducted under the UK RELU project, Anaerobic Digestion in an Integrated Farming Environment
Venue - Dates: Green Week Scientific Conference 2009. Multi-Level Processes of Integration and Disintegration, 2009-01-14 - 2009-01-15
Keywords: anaerobic digestion, integrated farming, economics, environment, energy

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Local EPrints ID: 73844
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/73844
PURE UUID: 2c8f283d-9796-49d4-9937-50e5bf0b5da9

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Date deposited: 16 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:48

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Author: Andreas Muskolus
Author: A.M. Salter
Author: A. Jones

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