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Comparative Evaluation of Biogas Valorization into Electricity/Heat and Poly(hydroxyalkanoates) in Waste Treatment Plants: Assessing the Influence of Local Commodity Prices and Current Biotechnological Limitations
The transformation of CH4-rich biogas into polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) using methanotrophic bacteria has recently emerged as an attractive and worldwide applicable alternative to its current use as energy source. The influence of the geographical location on the economic performance of combined heat and electricity production (CHP) and/or PHA production from biogas generated in waste treatment plants was evaluated in 13 representative regions of the world. In addition, the sensitivity of PHAdoi:10.1021/acssuschemeng.0c01543.s001 fatcat:spx5x33p5bcwpiu2yuqsrdwlo4