Xiaoqian XU, Robert PRINZ
Bioenergy products are produced and delivered from the upstream to downstream. In bioenergy market supply chains, feedstocks come from plantations or residues in upstream. Different bioenergy products could be produced for power generation, heating, or other use in downstream. There are many supply chains for sellers to deliver bioenergy products to consumers. Different factors in the supply chains could influence the stability of the bioenergy market. Policies as instruments for operating bioenergy market in four Asian countries are to be presented in the lecture.
Lecture slides 2021 in [PDF][video]
Lecture slides 2021 in audio [Part 1 audio] [Part 2 audio]
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Stefan Gold, Stefan Seuring, Supply chain and logistics issues of bio-energy production, Journal of Cleaner Production,19(1), 2011, 32-42
Seungwoo Kang, Sandrine Selosse, Nadia Maïzi, Strategy of bioenergy development in the largest energy consumers of Asia (China, India, Japan and South Korea),Energy Strategy Reviews,8,2015, 56-65
Lecture Slides 2020 [PDF]
Lecture Slides 2019 [PDF]
Do you know some examples of supply chains in bioenergy market?
What factors may influence bioenergy market?
How to help the market be active?
[These questions may help the students to focus and reflect on the topic contents. They do not require to be submitted as an assignment and are not to be evaluated.]
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Lecture day: 28th JAN 2021