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How negative can biofuels with CCS take us and at what cost? Refining the economic potential of biofuel production with CCS using spatially-explicit modeling
Global integrated assessment models indicate the importance of technologies that can achieve negative emissions in scenarios that limit warming to 2˚C over pre-industrial levels. One of the most promising options for achieving negative emissions is the production of electricity or fuels using biomass coupled with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). Given that the transport sector is relatively difficult to decarbonize, BECCS can be particularly valuable for reducing the carbon intensity ofdoi:10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.712 fatcat:th2kaxwysvcbrfpbuq4oy77nte