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Renewable energy

Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Biomass is any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy.


There are 47 pages tagged with Renewable energy:

Department of Biosystems and Technology

At the Department of Biosystems and Technology we explore interactions between soil, plants, animals, environment, climate and humans in systems for sustainable production of food and renewable raw

About us

The research school Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials (SSFEB) is an umbrella organization, open to all postgraduate students who are active within the field of sustainable biomass

Activities

Our activities include seminars, workshops and field trips that aim to enrich our students knowledge and promote networking with other researchers, society and industry. Please contact the director

Courses

Within our PhD-courses we offer participating students broad knowledge and insight in the field of sustainable systems of food, energy and biomaterials systems. The courses typically include

Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials

agnes.soto@slu.se medium Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials (SSFEB) Our research school aims to offer broad knowledge and insight in the technical, environmental, economic and

Research

Our research is organised under seven subject areas where we develop knowledge about forest ecosystems and the processes that drive them. This knowledge is then transferred to best forest management

Department of Forest Ecology and Management

Our mission is to advance the understanding of forest ecosystem processes and to progress the principles of forest ecosystem management

Project SYNAG

The aim of the syntrophic aggregation (SYNAG) project is to improve acid degradation in biogas processes by bringing cooperating (syntrophic) microorganisms into close proximity in multicellular

Nordic-Baltic workshop

Boreal peatlands provide an important carbon sink and play a key role in the global carbon cycle and climate system. During the past century, >10 million ha of natural peatlands have been drained in

SLU Biogas Center

At SLU we work with the whole biogas chain. An unique feature for our research is that we answer questions about both energy generation and waste treatment. We have our own biogas plant as well as

Biogas research at the Department of Economics

The aim in this study is to investigate Swedish farmers’ experiences with collaborative initiatives in farm-based biogas production. The project is called "Collaboration for improved profitability

Ongoing projects

Our goal is to generate knowledge that allows a controlled manangement of the microbiological biogas process. We aim to reach high effectivity, stability and biogas production in constructed reactors

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