Economics of Sustainable Energy in Agriculture

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1. Sustainable energy in agriculture: issues and scope; A.O. Lansink, et al. Part I: Energy use efficiency and intensity in agriculture. 2. Better management can improve the efficiency of indirect energy; T.J. de Koeijer, et al. 3. Energy investigations of different intensive rape seed rotations - a German case study; J. Moerschner, W. Lücke. 4. Modelling energy saving technology choices in Dutch glasshouse horticulture; K. Pietola, A.O. Lansink. 5. Energy intensity decomposition in EU agriculture, using a demand analysis; J.A. Millan. Part II: Biomass production: Technical issue. 6. Energy use efficiency in biomass production systems; S. Nonhebel. 7. Yield increases of the biomass crops Salix viminalis and Miscanthuis x giganteus: A look to the future; L.M. Vleeshouwers. Part III: Biomass productions and land use. 8. Agricultural reference systems in life cycle assessments; N.C. Jungk, et al. 9. Energy from hemp? Analysis of the competitiveness of hemp using a Geographical Information System; C. Brodersen, et al. 10. The role of forestry in climate change and sustainable energy production; G.C. van Kooten, et al. Part IV: Agriculture and other sources of sustainable energy. 11. Modelling water resource allocation: A case study on agriculture versus hydropower production; J. Bielsa, R. Duarte. 12. Development and implementation of the Danish centralised biogas concept - financial aspects; K. Hjort-Gregersen. Part V: Scenarios and policies for sustainableenergy. 13. Can organic farming help to reduce national energy consumption and emissions of greenhouse gasses in Denmark?; T. Dalgaard, et al. 14. On renewable energy in rural China; H. Liming, E.C. van Ierland. 15. Determining efficient bio-fuel tax exemption policy in France for greenhouse gas emission abatement; S. Rozakis, et al. Index.
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  • Economics of Sustainable Energy in Agriculture
  • 1. Sustainable energy in agriculture: issues and scope; A.O. Lansink, et al. Part I: Energy use efficiency and intensity in agriculture. 2. Better management can improve the efficiency of indirect energy; T.J. de Koeijer, et al. 3. Energy investigations of different intensive rape seed rotations - a German case study; J. Moerschner, W. Lücke. 4. Modelling energy saving technology choices in Dutch glasshouse horticulture; K. Pietola, A.O. Lansink. 5. Energy intensity decomposition in EU agriculture, using a demand analysis; J.A. Millan. Part II: Biomass production: Technical issue. 6. Energy use efficiency in biomass production systems; S. Nonhebel. 7. Yield increases of the biomass crops Salix viminalis and Miscanthuis x giganteus: A look to the future; L.M. Vleeshouwers. Part III: Biomass productions and land use. 8. Agricultural reference systems in life cycle assessments; N.C. Jungk, et al. 9. Energy from hemp? Analysis of the competitiveness of hemp using a Geographical Information System; C. Brodersen, et al. 10. The role of forestry in climate change and sustainable energy production; G.C. van Kooten, et al. Part IV: Agriculture and other sources of sustainable energy. 11. Modelling water resource allocation: A case study on agriculture versus hydropower production; J. Bielsa, R. Duarte. 12. Development and implementation of the Danish centralised biogas concept - financial aspects; K. Hjort-Gregersen. Part V: Scenarios and policies for sustainableenergy. 13. Can organic farming help to reduce national energy consumption and emissions of greenhouse gasses in Denmark?; T. Dalgaard, et al. 14. On renewable energy in rural China; H. Liming, E.C. van Ierland. 15. Determining efficient bio-fuel tax exemption policy in France for greenhouse gas emission abatement; S. Rozakis, et al. Index.