The Public Acceptance of Biofuels and Bioethanol from Straw - how does this affect Geoscience
A. Jäger, T. Ortner, R. Kränzl-Nagl, H. Kahr, P. Kuttner - The Public Acceptance of Biofuels and Bioethanol from Straw - how does this affect Geoscience - Energy Procedia , Vol. 1, No. 1, 2015, pp. 5
The successful use of bioethanol as a fuel requires its widespread acceptance by consumers. We carried out a representative opinion poll to collect information on the population’s acceptance of biofuels. First generation bioethanol is strongly associated with the dissipation of food waste of food resources, the acceptance of the second generation, produced from agricultural residues considerably higher. As the production of bioethanol from straw is now economically feasible, there is one major scientific question to answer: In which way does the withdrawal of straw from the fields affect the formation of humus and, therefore, the quality of the soil?
- FH-Prof. Dipl.-Bio. Dr. Alexander Jäger
- FH-Prof. Dr. Renate Sabine Kränzl-Nagl
- Mag. Dr. Heike Kahr
- Mag. (FH) Tina Ortner
- Dipl. Ing. Paul Kuttner Bakk .techn.
- Fakultät für Technik und Angewandte Naturwissenschaften, Wels
- Fakultät für Medizintechnik und Angewandte Sozialwissenschaften
- Research Center Linz
- Research Center Wels