Mirjam Röder
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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
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
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
Generating a positive energy balance from using rice straw for anaerobic digestion
VH Nguyen, S Topno, C Balingbing, VCN Nguyen, M Röder, J Quilty, ...
Energy Reports 2, 117-122, 2016
The greenhouse gas removal potential of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) to support the UK's net-zero emission target
S García-Freites, C Gough, M Röder
Biomass and Bioenergy 151, 106164, 2021
Handling uncertainty in bioenergy policy design–A case study analysis of UK and German bioelectricity policy instruments
A Purkus, M Röder, E Gawel, D Thrän, P Thornley
Biomass and Bioenergy 79, 64-79, 2015
Carbon dioxide removal potential from decentralised bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) and the relevance of operational choices
A Almena, P Thornley, K Chong, M Röder
Biomass and Bioenergy 159, 106406, 2022
Understanding the timing and variation of greenhouse gas emissions of forest bioenergy systems
M Röder, E Thiffault, C Martínez-Alonso, F Senez-Gagnon, L Paradis, ...
Biomass and bioenergy 121, 99-114, 2019
Waste wood as bioenergy feedstock. Climate change impacts and related emission uncertainties from waste wood based energy systems in the UK
M Röder, P Thornley
Waste Management 74, 241-252, 2018
More than food or fuel. Stakeholder perceptions of anaerobic digestion and land use; a case study from the United Kingdom
M Röder
Energy Policy 97, 73-81, 2016
Sustainable bioenergy solutions to enable development in low-and middle-income countries beyond technology and energy access
M Röder, A Mohr, Y Liu
Biomass and Bioenergy 143, 105876, 2020
Current status and opportunities for fruit processing waste biorefineries
TT Manhongo, AFA Chimphango, P Thornley, M Röder
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 155, 111823, 2022
Techno-economic and environmental evaluation of integrated mango waste biorefineries.
TT Manhongo, A Chimphango, P Thornley, M Röder
Journal of Cleaner Production 325, 129335, 2021
Reasonable potential for GHG savings by anaerobic biomethane in Germany and UK derived from economic and ecological analyses
T Horschig, PWR Adams, M Röder, P Thornley, D Thrän
Applied Energy 184, 840-852, 2016
Emissions associated with meeting the future global wheat demand: A case study of UK production under climate change constraints
M Röder, P Thornley, G Campbell, A Bows-Larkin
Environmental Science & Policy 39, 13-24, 2014
What's cooking? Adaptation and mitigation in the UK food system.
A Bows, E Dawkins, C Gough, S Mander, C McLachlan, M Röder, L Thom, ...
Bioenergy as climate change mitigation option within a 2 C target—uncertainties and temporal challenges of bioenergy systems
M Röder, P Thornley
Energy, Sustainability and Society 6 (1), 6, 2016
An economic viability and environmental impact assessment of mango processing waste-based biorefineries for co-producing bioenergy and bioactive compounds
TT Manhongo, A Chimphango, P Thornley, M Röder
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 148, 111216, 2021
The future of residue-based bioenergy for industrial use in Sub-Saharan Africa
M Röder, K Chong, P Thornley
Biomass and Bioenergy 159, 106385, 2022
Sweet energy–Bioenergy integration pathways for sugarcane residues. A case study of Nkomazi, District of Mpumalanga, South Africa
M Röder, N Stolz, P Thornley
Renewable energy 113, 1302-1310, 2017
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