Keng-Tung Wu

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INTRODUCTION Biomass energy (biofuels and waste) is currently the largest renewable energy source and the fourth largest primary energy supply in the world (International Energy Agency, 2019b). Defined by the Renewable Energy Development Act (Executive Yuan, 2019) in Taiwan, biomass energy (or...
Nowadays, the old linear economy model, taking, making, and disposing, has been moved to a new paradigm called the circular economy[1]. The elements include regeneration, sharing, optimization, looping, virtualization, and exchanging[2]. For an agriculture and forestry circular economy, the loop...
Biomass energy or bioenergy, in 2015, was the fourth largest source of the total primary energy supply (TPES) in the world[1]. According to Renewable Energy Development Act in Taiwan, the biomass energy (Article 3.2) is defined as “energy produced by utilizing or processing the agricultural...
  Before 2016, the installed capacity of biogas power generation was 19 MW in Taiwan, including 4 landfill sites, 31 pig farms (0.32 MW), and other industrial waste treatment sites[1]. Since the feed-in tariff (FIT) for electricity generated from biogas with the anaerobic digestion system...