TITLE

ECONOMICS CONSIDERATION ON WOODEN BIOMASS CONSUMPTION

AUTHOR(S)
GRÎU, Tatiana; LUNGULEASA, Aurel
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Proceedings of the Scientific Conference AFASES;May2014, Vol. 1, p297
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Energy is the important element that ensures the economic and social development level in the world. According to the research made in this field a lot of researches are orientated to the development of the alternative source of energy. The importance to ensure the necessary energy will be observed from the moment when will start to exhaust the fossil combustible. This paper describes the efficiency use of the fossil combustible and renewable source of energy (SRE) on Romanian energetically market. The accessibility of the renewable energy source in the world directed the economical and social increase in the developing state. Energy is a source that generates the progress of the state. The main objectives of the paper are the accessibility of the energetically source in Romania and the fuel consumption for heating. Important obtained results in the research describes the biomass (pellets, briquettes and wood) as an accessibility solid combustible for producing energy in the world, being widely spread and the cheapest on the energetically market.
ACCESSION #
96738009

 

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