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Summaries of the biomass projects carried out as part of the DTI’s New and Renewable Energy Programme. Part3 covering straw and perennial grasses as energy sources (PDF – 1.2 MB)
The report covers the first year of a three year evaluation of miscanthus harvesting and storage systems(PDF – 152 kB)
This principal aim of this research project was to determine the range of water use efficiency and drought resistance within existing willow varieties, in order to identify the potential for improving productivity through plant breeding(PDF – 425 kB)
Report on a project to develop a harvester optimized for new high-yielding SRC crops and produce output suitable for various applications (PDF – 1.1 MB)
These summaries provide easy access to the results of the many projects carried out in the ‘Energy from Biomass’ Programme Area of the DTI’s Technology Programme: New and Renewable Energy (PDF – 2.0 MB)
DTI (PDF – 7.6 MB)
DTI (PDF – 2.1 MB)
Final report. Aberystwyth University. (PDF – 4.6 MB)
CORFORD ~ Ireland (PDF – 3.6 MB)
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