The simultaneous use of crops for food and energy purposes represents not only a solution to the problem of competition of land uses. It also provides an important opportunity for the future of the bioenergy itself.
This technology uses an extremely broad substrate spectrum from many possible sources. This includes in particular the residues and waste materials of agriculture, trade, industry and landscape management existing in large quantities.
Here you will find a selection of examples of different possible substrates. This list can be extended extremely. Wherever plants are growing, they can be used to produce energy and important by-products.