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Andrew Welfle
Andrew Welfle
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Manchester
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Balancing growing global bioenergy resource demands-Brazil's biomass potential and the availability of resource for trade
A Welfle
Biomass and Bioenergy 105, 83-95, 2017
1532017
Evaluating the use of biomass energy with carbon capture and storage in low emission scenarios
NE Vaughan, C Gough, S Mander, EW Littleton, A Welfle, DEHJ Gernaat, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (4), 044014, 2018
1182018
Challenges to the use of BECCS as a keystone technology in pursuit of 1.5 ⁰C
C Gough, S Garcia-Freites, C Jones, S Mander, B Moore, C Pereira, ...
Global Sustainability 1, e5, 2018
1092018
A review of the role of bioenergy modelling in renewable energy research & policy development
A Welfle, P Thornley, M Röder
Biomass and bioenergy 136, 105542, 2020
982020
Increasing biomass resource availability through supply chain analysis
A Welfle, P Gilbert, P Thornley
biomass and bioenergy 70, 249-266, 2014
972014
Securing a bioenergy future without imports
A Welfle, P Gilbert, P Thornley
Energy Policy 68, 1-14, 2014
922014
Generating low-carbon heat from biomass: life cycle assessment of bioenergy scenarios
A Welfle, P Gilbert, P Thornley, A Stephenson
Journal of Cleaner Production 149, 448-460, 2017
712017
From Paris agreement to business cases for upgraded biogas: Analysis of potential market uptake for biomethane plants in Germany using biogenic carbon capture and utilization …
T Horschig, A Welfle, E Billig, D Thrän
Biomass and bioenergy 120, 313-323, 2019
462019
Bioenergy development in the UK & Nordic countries: A comparison of effectiveness of support policies for sustainable development of the bioenergy sector
S Cross, AJ Welfle, P Thornley, S Syri, M Mikaelsson
Biomass and Bioenergy 144, 105887, 2021
392021
The potential of coffee stems gasification to provide bioenergy for coffee farms: a case study in the Colombian coffee sector
S Garcia-Freites, A Welfle, A Lea-Langton, P Gilbert, P Thornley
Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery 10 (4), 1137-1152, 2020
362020
Decarbonising Kenya's domestic & industry Sectors through bioenergy: An assessment of biomass resource potential & GHG performances
A Welfle, S Chingaira, A Kassenov
Biomass and Bioenergy 142, 105757, 2020
342020
Bioenergy
M Röder, A Welfle
Managing global warming, 379-398, 2019
212019
Mapping the sustainability of bioenergy to maximise benefits, mitigate risks and drive progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals
A Welfle, M Röder
Renewable energy 191, 493-509, 2022
202022
Bioenergy opportunities, barriers and challenges in the Arabian Peninsula–Resource modelling, surveys & interviews
A Welfle, A Alawadhi
Biomass and Bioenergy 150, 106083, 2021
202021
Carbon optimal bioenergy with carbon capture and storage supply chain modelling: How far is too far?
M Freer, C Gough, A Welfle, A Lea-Langton
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 47, 101406, 2021
172021
Exploring temporal aspects of climate-change effects due to bioenergy
SJG Cooper, R Green, L Hattam, M Röder, A Welfle, M McManus
Biomass and Bioenergy 142, 105778, 2020
132020
Food processing by-products as sources of hydrophilic carbon and nitrogen for sophorolipid production
P Wongsirichot, M Costa, B Dolman, M Freer, A Welfle, J Winterburn
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 185, 106499, 2022
122022
Putting bioenergy with carbon capture and storage in a spatial context: what should go where?
M Freer, C Gough, A Welfle, A Lea-Langton
Frontiers in Climate 4, 826982, 2022
92022
Greenhouse gases (GHG) performance of refurbishment projects–Lessons from UK higher education student accommodation case studies
ECW Lou, A Lee, A Welfle
Journal of cleaner production 154, 309-317, 2017
92017
Biomass resource analyses & future bioenergy scenarios
AJ Welfle
The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 2015
92015
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