D1.3: Understanding the agronomical and environmental impacts of alternative constraints on practically realisable production scenarios in the regions of interest Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
D1.4 &1.5: Description of alternative supply chains and their performance measures for the biorefinery and for a time-phased, scaled-up biorefining industry validated through regionally specific models
In the context of BIOCORE, a multicriteria investigation of the implications on sustainability associated with industrial biorefineries was carried out. A group of researchers from IFEU, Nova Institut, IUS (Germany), SOLAGRO (France), TERI (India), Imperial College London (UK) have worked on the development of new methods to capture information linked to the different facets biorefinery sustainability. The results of the above studies are now available through three public reports that can be downloaded below.
The major industrial and research outcomes of the project are featured in a final public report that can be downloaded below.