With a predicted increasing share of biofuels produced in biorefineries, there is a need for a discussion on critical methodological issues in LCA, for bio-fuels in general and specifically for biorefinery systems. A newly finished f3 project expands the analysis made in the f3 project Sustainable performance of lignocellulose-based ethanol and biogas co-produced in innovative biorefinery systems, and compares the RED methodology to the standard ISO LCA-methodology.

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