Research in Cambridge is tackling the highly complex issue of bioenergy with a holistic approach. We are bringing together a wide spectrum of experts, including biologists (plant scientists, biochemists and conservation scientists), engineers, chemical engineers and economists. Our aim is to develop forms of bioenergy that are sustainable, ethically and socially responsible and do not compete with food crops. We are actively engaged in promoting energy awareness within the University and on local, regional and national levels.
View the UK Bioenergy Strategy, published jointly by DECC, Defra and DfT, to set a framework of principles to guide UK bioenergy policy.
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