publication . Article . 2014

Supply chain integration in the UK bioenergy industry:findings from a pilot study

Lloyd, Christine; Dey, Prasanta;
Open Access English
  • Published: 15 Sep 2014
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Interest in bioenergy as a viable alternative to fossil fuels is increasing. This emergent sector is subject to a range of ambitious initiatives promoted by National Governments to generate energy from renewable sources. Transition to energy production from biomass still lacks a feasible infrastructure particularly from a supply chain and business perspective. Supply chain integration has not been studied widely providing a deficit in the literature and in practice. This paper presents results from a pilot study designed to identify attributes that helps optimise such supply chains. To consider this challenge it is important to identify those characteristics tha...
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