André Faaij mainly investigates Biomass, Waste management, Bioenergy, Biofuel and Renewable energy. His Biomass study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental engineering, Energy consumption, Primary energy, Energy supply and Process engineering. His Waste management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electricity generation, Combined cycle, Hydrogen production and Electricity.
His Bioenergy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tonne, Agriculture, Sustainability and Agricultural economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Raw material, Domestic market and Greenhouse gas. André Faaij has included themes like Fossil fuel, Natural resource economics, Environmental economics and Thermal power station in his Renewable energy study.
André Faaij mainly focuses on Biomass, Bioenergy, Biofuel, Waste management and Greenhouse gas. His Biomass research integrates issues from Primary energy, Pulp and paper industry and Environmental protection. His Bioenergy research focuses on subjects like Agricultural economics, which are linked to Agriculture and Productivity.
In his research on the topic of Biofuel, Environmental economics and Wind power is strongly related with Renewable energy. His Waste management research incorporates elements of Electricity generation, Environmental engineering and Electricity. His work deals with themes such as Life-cycle assessment, Fossil fuel and Land use, land-use change and forestry, which intersect with Greenhouse gas.
André Faaij focuses on Greenhouse gas, Biofuel, Natural resource economics, Bioenergy and Land use, land-use change and forestry. The concepts of his Greenhouse gas study are interwoven with issues in Supply chain, Fossil fuel, Waste management and Electricity generation. André Faaij interconnects Power station and Petroleum industry in the investigation of issues within Waste management.
His Biofuel study incorporates themes from Biomass and Agricultural economics. His work carried out in the field of Biomass brings together such families of science as Environmental engineering, Agronomy, Carbon capture and storage and Energy policy, Renewable energy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sustainability and Environmental protection in addition to Bioenergy.
His primary areas of investigation include Greenhouse gas, Biofuel, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Land use and Biomass. André Faaij combines subjects such as Nanotechnology, Environmental engineering, Agricultural economics, Energy consumption and Environmental impact assessment with his study of Greenhouse gas. His Bioenergy and Ethanol fuel study are his primary interests in Biofuel.
His Bioenergy research is included under the broader classification of Renewable energy. His Biomass study combines topics in areas such as Supply chain, Waste management, Natural gas and Carbon capture and storage. His work on Refinery as part of general Waste management study is frequently connected to Context, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
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Policies, Instruments and Co-operative Arrangements
Terry Barker;Igor Bashmakov;Awwad Alharthi;Markus Ammann.
Barker, Terry; Bashmakov, Igor; Alharthi, Awwad; Ammann, Markus; Cifuentes, Luis; Drexhage, John; Maosheng, Duan; Edenhofer, Ottmar; Flannery, Brian; Grubb, Michael; Hoogwijk, Monique; Ibitoye, Francis; Jepma, Catrinus; Pizer, William; Yamaji, Kenji; Awerbuch, Shimon; Bernstein, Lenny; Faaij, Andre; Hayami, Hitoshi; Heggedal, Tom; Kverndokk, Snorre; Latham, John; Michaelowa, Axel; Popp, David; Read, Peter; Schleicher, Stefan; Smith, Mike; Toth, Ferenc (2007). Mitigation from a cross-sectoral pe (2007)
Ethanol from lignocellulosic biomass: techno-economic performance in short-, middle- and long-term
Carlo N. Hamelinck;Geertje Van Hooijdonk;André P. C. Faaij.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2005)
Exploration of the possibilities for production of Fischer Tropsch liquids and power via biomass gasification
Michiel J.A. Tijmensen;André P.C. Faaij;Carlo N. Hamelinck;Martijn R.M. van Hardeveld.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2002)
Exploration of the ranges of the global potential of biomass for energy
Monique Hoogwijk;Monique Hoogwijk;André Faaij;Richard van den Broek;Göran Berndes.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2003)
A bottom-up assessment and review of global bio-energy potentials to 2050
Edward M.W. Smeets;André P.C. Faaij;Iris M. Lewandowski;Wim C. Turkenburg.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2007)
Future prospects for production of methanol and hydrogen from biomass
Carlo N Hamelinck;André P.C Faaij.
Journal of Power Sources (2002)
Bio-energy in Europe: changing technology choices
André P.C. Faaij.
Energy Policy (2006)
Pre-treatment technologies, and their effect on international bioenergy supply chain logistics. Techno-economic evaluation of torrefaction, fast pyrolysis and pelletisation
Ayla Uslu;Ayla Uslu;André P.C. Faaij;André P.C. Faaij;P.C.A. Bergman;P.C.A. Bergman.
Outlook for advanced biofuels
Carlo N Hamelinck;André P.C. Faaij.
Energy Policy (2006)
Production of FT transportation fuels from biomass; technical options, process analysis and optimisation, and development potential
Carlo N. Hamelinck;André P.C. Faaij;Herman den Uil;Harold Boerrigter.
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