Although used since the origins of civilization, woody biomasses may have a major future role in helping mankind finding a renewable source of energy. Energy derived from wood biomasses has widely been recognized by the scientific community as a carbon neutral one, since emissions released from wood burning processes are counterbalanced by carbon-stocking growing trees. The poster shows the main concept of my thesis, led between the University of Bologna and the University of Missouri-Columbia, in an effort to identify through a four levels analysis, a way to optimize this technology.

An assessment of wood bioenergy utilization in a compared analysis between Missouri, United States of American, and Emilia Romagna region, Italy.

Edoardo Desiderio
2018

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Although used since the origins of civilization, woody biomasses may have a major future role in helping mankind finding a renewable source of energy. Energy derived from wood biomasses has widely been recognized by the scientific community as a carbon neutral one, since emissions released from wood burning processes are counterbalanced by carbon-stocking growing trees. The poster shows the main concept of my thesis, led between the University of Bologna and the University of Missouri-Columbia, in an effort to identify through a four levels analysis, a way to optimize this technology.
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