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Biomethane use in Sweden

Autorzy Backman, M.  Rogulska, M. 
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Języki publikacji EN
EN Transport is responsible for around a quarter of EU greenhouse gas emissions making it the second biggest greenhouse gas emitting sector after energy. Biogas is one of the cleanest and most versatile renewable fuels available today, answering on challenges of EU sustainable development strategies. Upgraded biogas–biomethane–has the same advantages as natural gas, but additionally is a sustainable fuel that can be manufactured from local waste streams thereby also solving local waste problems. During the last years, the production and use of biomethane has significantly increased in many European countries. Sweden is world leading both in terms of automotive use of biomethane and its non-grid based transportation.
Słowa kluczowe
PL biometan   transport   Szwecja  
EN biomethane   transport   Sweden  
Wydawca Wydawnictwo Naukowe Przemysłowego Instytutu Motoryzacji
Czasopismo Archiwum Motoryzacji
Rocznik 2016
Tom Vol. 71, nr 1
Strony 7--19
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 16 poz., fot., tab., wykr.
autor Backman, M.
  • Lund University, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Tegnérsplatsen 4, 223 50 Lund, Sweden,
autor Rogulska, M.
  • Automotive Industry Institute, Liquid Fuels and Bioeconomy Department, ul. Jagiellonska 55, 03-301 Warszawa,
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