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A new article analyses bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BEECS) and the climate-resources nexus


A new article has been published within CarMa research agenda. The article explores the dynamic climate change impact of a BECCS and the land-water-energy nexus.

The results showed that BECCS have a positive climate performance, mitigating climate change impact from year 1. Special attention should be paid on the efficiency of the system since it directly impacts on resources, particularly on (non-renewable) energy. 

The article was led by Andrei Briones Hidrovo and published in the Journal of Energy Conversion and Management:






 Assessing a bio-energy system with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) through dynamic life cycle assessment and land-water-energy nexus
 Andrei Briones-Hidrovo, José Ramón Copa Rey, Ana Cláudia Dias, Luís A.C.Tarelho, Sandra Beauchet
 Energy Conversion and Management - Volume 268, 15 September 2022, 116014