publication . Article . 2017

Energy and environmental assessments of bioethanol production from Sri Kanji 1 cassava in Malaysia

M. Hanif; Teuku Meurah Indra Mahlia; H. B. Aditiya; M.S. Abu Bakar;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2017 Journal: Biofuel Research Journal, volume 4, pages 537-544 (eissn: 2292-8782, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Greenwave Publishing of Canada
According to the Malaysia’s biofuel policy, renewable fuels are crucial for energy sustainability in the transportation sector in the future. This study was aimed to evaluate the potential of bioethanol production from Sri Kanji 1 cassava in Malaysia in terms of energy efficiency and renewability, as well to estimate the potential greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction in CO2 equivalent. Bioethanol production process from cassava includes cassava farming, ethanol production, and transportation in which the primary energy consumption was considered. The Net Energy Balance (NEB) and Net Energy Ratio (NER) of 25.68 MJ/L and 3.98, respectively, indicated that bioe...
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free text keywords: Sri Kanji 1 Cassava, Bioethanol, GHG balance, Life cycle assessment, Malaysia, Waste management, Biodiesel, Life-cycle assessment, Renewable fuels, Biofuel, Energy balance, Greenhouse gas, Agricultural engineering, Engineering, business.industry, business, Ethanol fuel, Biogas, lcsh:Fuel, lcsh:TP315-360, lcsh:Energy industries. Energy policy. Fuel trade, lcsh:HD9502-9502.5
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