An analysis of the impact of bioenergy and geosequestration in the UK future energy system
1 January 2014
Three different energy scenarios have been considered to analyse the impact of bioenergy and geosequestration to GHG emissions in the UK for 2050. The analysis was accomplished with the use of the DECC 2050 Pathways Calculator. The outcomes focused on energy demand and supply and GHG emissions. The results showed that bioenergy and geosequestration are key factors for a low carbon energy system as they are capable of reducing significantly carbon emissions, in parallel with the deployment of other clean energy technologies.
Spataru, C., Zafeiratou, E., Barrett, M. (2014)