This report offers recommendations for Central America becoming a world leader in renewable energy. It outlines the technical assessments, policy recommendations, evaluations and analyses that Central America could use to advance the state of renewable energy.
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The Bioenergy and Food Security Project developed this framework as a tool to evaluate whether the bioenergy sector can accelerate agricultural productivity and investment in order to encourage food security and poverty reduction.
This report assesses country clean energy challenges, the clean energy regulatory framework (for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and clean transport), the institutional environment, and the status and potential for clean energy and presents recommendations for a clean energy strategy.
This study examines the four options being considered by the European Commission for dealing with indirect land use change (ILUC) arising from the use of biofuels under the Renewable Energy Directive.
This report aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the bioenergy statistics, cover all aspects of bioenergy—supply, conversion and end use—and provide “rule of thumb” figures. It attempts to address issues of inconsistent data and lack of interrelations between all aspects of bioenergy.
This publication capitalizes on the experiences of UNIDO, GEF, UNEP and FAO in the field of sustainable biofuel development, and it builds on Global Assessments and Guidelines for Sustaina
This report details the results of the BioEthanol for Sustainable Transport (BEST) project, which converted vehicles from gasoline to ethanol (E85) and explored the possibilities for conversions, as well as any advantages and difficulties.
As part of proposed revisions to the National Renewable Fuel Standard program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) analyzed lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from increased renewable fuels use.
According to this report, the biofuel industry is more heavily supported than other industries in Australia. The report questions whether such government intervention in the fuels market, and assistance to biofuel production and use, is warranted.
This report summarizes the results of a vehicle testing study designed to: 1) obtain an assessment, based on an experimental study, of the suitability of vehicles in the Australian fleet to operate on E5 (5% ethanol, 95% gasoline) and E10 (10% ethanol, 90% gasoline) ethanol blends; and 2) obtain