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CLOSE THIS BOOKApplication of Biomass Energy Technologies (HABITAT, 1993, 168 p.)
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INTRODUCTION
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. The need for modernization
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Experience from case studies
I. WOODFUEL PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Botswana
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Lesotho
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Malawi
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Mozambique
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Swaziland
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. United Republic of Tanzania
VIEW THE DOCUMENTH. Zambia
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Zimbabwe
VIEW THE DOCUMENTJ. Analysis of the case studies
VIEW THE DOCUMENTK. Conclusions
II. IMPROVED CHARCOAL PRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. The Malawi Charcoal Project
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Charcoal markets
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Constraints
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Policy environment and role of the Government
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Role of entrepreneurs and informal-sector artisans
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. Local research initiatives and indigenous technical skills
VIEW THE DOCUMENTH. Role of non-governmental organizations
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Role of end-users
VIEW THE DOCUMENTJ. External financial support and local credit and banking institutions
III. FUEL-EFFICIENT COOKSTOVES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. The KCJ Project
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Traditional cookstoves
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Development of the KCJ - the institutions
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Constraints
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Policy environment and role of the Government
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Role of private entrepreneurs and informal-sector artisans
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. Local research initiatives and indigenous technical skills
VIEW THE DOCUMENTH. Role of non-governmental organizations
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Role of the end-users
VIEW THE DOCUMENTJ. External financial support and local credit and banking institutions
VIEW THE DOCUMENTK. Conclusions
IV. CONVERSION OF BIOMASS INTO ETHANOL
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Brazil
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Zimbabwe
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Malawi
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Kenya
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Thailand
V. BIOGAS
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. India
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. China
VI. CONVERSION OF BIOMASS INTO ELECTRICITY
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Gasification
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Pura village, India
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Hosahalli village, India
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Mauritius
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. The Philippines
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. The South Pacific
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. Indonesia
VIEW THE DOCUMENTH. Mali
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Brazil - potential
VII. PERCEIVED PROBLEMS, SOLUTIONS AND POLICY OPTIONS
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Environmental impacts
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Food or fuel?
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Land availability
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Raw-material supply
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. R&D and technology transfer
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Social factors
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. Economics
VIEW THE DOCUMENTH. Policy
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Institutions
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVIII. CONCLUSION
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