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Bioenergy from the forest sector: economic potential and interactions with timber and forest products markets in Norway

Bioenergy from the forest sector: economic potential and interactions with timber and forest products markets in Norway

Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 21(2): 175-185

A partial equilibrium forest sector model which is augmented to include bioenergy was applied to project the use of bioenergy based on forest fuels and forest industry by-products in Norway for three different scenarios of the future prices of electricity and oil. The impacts on forestry and forest industries of the different energy price scenarios were also studied.

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DOI: 10.1080/02827580600591216

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