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Title: Bio-IGCC with CCS as a long-term mitigation option in a coupled energy-system and land-use model
Authors: Klein, D.Bauer, N.Bodirsky, B.Dietrich, J.P.Popp, A.
Publishers Version: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2011.02.201
Issue Date: 2011
Published in: Energy Procedia Vol. 4 (2011)
Publisher: Amsterdam [u.a.] : Elsevier
Abstract: This study analyses the impact of techno-economic performance of the BIGCC process and the effect of different biomass feedstocks on the technology's long term deployment in climate change mitigation scenarios. As the BIGCC technology demands high amounts of biomass raw material it also affects the land-use sector and is dependent on conditions and constraints on the land-use side. To represent the interaction of biomass demand and supply side the global energy-economy-climate model ReMIND is linked to the global land-use model MAgPIE. The link integrates biomass demand and price as well as emission prices and land-use emissions. Results indicate that BIGCC with CCS could serve as an important mitigation option and that it could even be the main bioenergy conversion technology sharing 33% of overall mitigation in 2100. The contribution of BIGCC technology to long-term climate change mitigation is much higher if grass is used as fuel instead of wood, provided that the grass-based process is highly efficient. The capture rate has to significantly exceed 60 % otherwise the technology is not applied. The overall primary energy consumption of biomass reacts much more sensitive to price changes of the biomass than to technoeconomic performance of the BIGCC process. As biomass is mainly used with CCS technologies high amounts of carbon are captured ranging from 130 GtC to 240 GtC (cumulated from 2005-2100) in different scenarios.
Keywords: Biomass; Carbon capture and sequestration; IGCC; Land use; Soft link; Carbon capture; Climate change; Climate models; Costs; Economic and social effects; Economics; Energy utilization; Greenhouse gases; Land use; Bio-energy conversion technology; Carbon capture and sequestrations; Climate change mitigation; IGCC; Mitigation options; Primary energy consumption; Soft link; Technoeconomic performance; Biomass
DDC: 620
License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Unported
Link to License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/
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