Two more project reports are now available on the f3-web!One is among the first projects that were ever introduced by f3: Sustainable performance of lignocellulose-based ethanol and biogas co-produced in innovative biorefinery systems. The project summarizes the most promising biochemical production routes for integrated production of ethanol and biogas (together with electricity, heat, lignin etc.) from lignocellulosic biomass. The routes are analyzed from a resource, energy, environmental and cost efficiency point of view, based on research and development activities at the participating partners in the project.

The other report is a presentation of on-going R&D activities and actors related to biofuels in sub-Saharan Africa. It gives an overall picture of biofuel policies, current biofuel production, and biofuel use.

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