Below is an email sent by Sue Hawkins, outreach professional at the University of Vermont, Brattleboro office.
Bioenergy: Biomass to Biofuels was edited by Anju Dahiya <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Lead Biofuels Instructor at the University of Vermont¹s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and published by Academic Press/Elsevier. Click to find it at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
Whether you are a professional entering the field, a student exploring the pathways from biomass to biofuels, or an instructor developing a course on biofuels, this book will educate you about the trade-offs between various feedstocks, provide helpful evaluation criteria for biofuel project proposals, and provide a one-stop information resource on new advances in the field, all presented in clear language, and within a practical context that will give you a bird’s eye view, from the field to the refinery and beyond.
- The only introductory book to cover solid, liquid and gaseous bioenergy, emphasizing cutting-edge topics such as microbial fuels and biogas
- Integrated coverage from feedstocks to conversion processes to integrated sustainability assessments and economic analysis
- Features case studies for each topic, drawn from real implementation projects