Carly Whittaker
Carly Whittaker
Department for Transport
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Factors affecting wood, energy grass and straw pellet durability–A review
C Whittaker, I Shield
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 71, 1-11, 2017
Greenhouse gas emissions from four bioenergy crops in England and Wales: integrating spatial estimates of yield and soil carbon balance in life cycle analyses
J Hillier, C Whittaker, G Dailey, M Aylott, E Casella, GM Richter, A Riche, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 1 (4), 267-281, 2009
How certain are greenhouse gas reductions from bioenergy? Life cycle assessment and uncertainty analysis of wood pellet-to-electricity supply chains from forest residues
M Röder, C Whittaker, P Thornley
Biomass and Bioenergy 79, 50-63, 2015
Energy and greenhouse gas balance of the use of forest residues for bioenergy production in the UK
C Whittaker, N Mortimer, R Murphy, R Matthews
Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (11), 4581-4594, 2011
A comparison of carbon accounting tools for arable crops in the United Kingdom
C Whittaker, MC McManus, P Smith
Environmental Modelling & Software 46, 228-239, 2013
Status and prospects for renewable energy using wood pellets from the southeastern United States
VH Dale, KL Kline, ES Parish, AL Cowie, R Emory, RW Malmsheimer, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 9 (8), 1296-1305, 2017
Life Cycle Assessment and sustainability methodologies for assessing industrial crops, processes and end products
MJ Black, C Whittaker, SA Hosseini, R Diaz-Chavez, J Woods, RJ Murphy
Industrial Crops and Products 34 (2), 1332-1339, 2011
Greenhouse gas reporting for biofuels: a comparison between the RED, RTFO and PAS2050 methodologies
C Whittaker, MC McManus, GP Hammond
Energy Policy 39 (10), 5950-5960, 2011
Challenge clusters facing LCA in environmental decision-making—what we can learn from biofuels
MC McManus, CM Taylor, A Mohr, C Whittaker, CD Scown, AL Borrion, ...
The international journal of life cycle assessment 20, 1399-1414, 2015
The potential for production of high quality bio-coal from early harvested Miscanthus by hydrothermal carbonisation
AM Smith, C Whittaker, I Shield, AB Ross
Fuel 220, 546-557, 2018
How well does Miscanthus ensile for use in an anaerobic digestion plant?
C Whittaker, J Hunt, T Misselbrook, I Shield
Biomass and Bioenergy 88, 24-34, 2016
The use of agricultural residues, wood briquettes and logs for small-scale domestic heating
EJS Mitchell, B Gudka, C Whittaker, I Shield, A Price-Allison, D Maxwell, ...
Fuel Processing Technology 210, 106552, 2020
Dry matter losses and methane emissions during wood chip storage: the impact on full life cycle greenhouse gas savings of short rotation coppice willow for heat
C Whittaker, W Macalpine, NE Yates, I Shield
BioEnergy Research 9, 820-835, 2016
Comparative evaluation of GHG emissions from the use of Miscanthus for bio-hydrocarbon production via fast pyrolysis and bio-oil upgrading
MB Shemfe, C Whittaker, S Gu, B Fidalgo
Applied Energy 176, 22-33, 2016
Dry matter losses and greenhouse gas emissions from outside storage of short rotation coppice willow chip
C Whittaker, NE Yates, SJ Powers, T Misselbrook, I Shield
Bioenergy Research 9, 288-302, 2016
The renewable energy directive and cereal residues
C Whittaker, AL Borrion, L Newnes, M McManus
Applied energy 122, 207-215, 2014
Continuous weighing of a pile of poplar wood chips–A comparison of methods to determine the dry matter losses during storage
H Lenz, R Pecenka, C Idler, S Dumfort, C Whittaker, C Ammon, E Hartung
Biomass and Bioenergy 96, 119-129, 2017
Understanding greenhouse gas balances of bioenergy systems
P Adams, A Bows, P Gilbert, J Hammond, D Howard, R Lee, N McNamara, ...
Supergen Bioenergy Hub, 2013
Dry matter losses and quality changes during short rotation coppice willow storage in chip or rod form
C Whittaker, NE Yates, SJ Powers, T Misselbrook, I Shield
Biomass and Bioenergy 112, 29-36, 2018
Freight Transport and Deployment of Bioenergy in the UK
D Bonilla, C Whittaker
Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford, 2009
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