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Economical evaluation of sugarcane agricultural residues as fuel



Economical evaluation of sugarcane agricultural residues as fuel



Centro Azucar 22(1): 86-90



Energy is a fundamental requirement for economic development, and future prospects for growth are closely linked to the provision of affordable and reliable energy supplies. Owing to the scarcity of financial resources, Cuban decision-makers have been struggling to meet growing energy demand at acceptable costs. Substitution of primary energy sources may offer not only environmental benefits but also economic benefits from lower imports of petroleum products.

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