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Patricia Thornley
Patricia Thornley
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How certain are greenhouse gas reductions from bioenergy? Life cycle assessment and uncertainty analysis of wood pellet-to-electricity supply chains from forest residues
M Röder, C Whittaker, P Thornley
Biomass and Bioenergy 79, 50-63, 2015
1402015
Quantification of employment from biomass power plants
P Thornley, J Rogers, Y Huang
Renewable Energy 33 (8), 1922-1927, 2008
1402008
An assessment of the benefits and issues associated with the application of biochar to soil
S Shackley, S Sohi, P Brownsort, S Carter, J Cook, C Cunningham, ...
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK Government, London, 2010
1382010
The effectiveness of policy instruments in promoting bioenergy
P Thornley, D Cooper
Biomass and Bioenergy 32 (10), 903-913, 2008
1072008
Maximizing the greenhouse gas reductions from biomass: The role of life cycle assessment
P Thornley, P Gilbert, S Shackley, J Hammond
Biomass and bioenergy 81, 35-43, 2015
1052015
Increasing biomass based power generation in the UK
P Thornley
Energy Policy 34 (15), 2087-2099, 2006
1032006
Integrated assessment of bioelectricity technology options
P Thornley, P Upham, Y Huang, S Rezvani, J Brammer, J Rogers
Energy Policy 37 (3), 890-903, 2009
1022009
Barriers to improving energy efficiency within the process industries with a focus on low grade heat utilisation
C Walsh, P Thornley
Journal of Cleaner Production 23 (1), 138-146, 2012
992012
Assessing economically viable carbon reductions for the production of ammonia from biomass gasification
P Gilbert, S Alexander, P Thornley, J Brammer
Journal of cleaner production 64, 581-589, 2014
942014
Substitutable biodiesel feedstocks for the UK: a review of sustainability issues with reference to the UK RTFO
P Upham, P Thornley, J Tomei, P Boucher
Journal of Cleaner Production 17, S37-S45, 2009
902009
Sustainability constraints on UK bioenergy development
P Thornley, P Upham, J Tomei
Energy Policy 37 (12), 5623-5635, 2009
852009
Increasing biomass resource availability through supply chain analysis
A Welfle, P Gilbert, P Thornley
biomass and bioenergy 70, 249-266, 2014
792014
Consensus, uncertainties and challenges for perennial bioenergy crops and land use
J Whitaker, JL Field, CJ Bernacchi, CEP Cerri, R Ceulemans, CA Davies, ...
GCB Bioenergy 10 (3), 150-164, 2018
722018
Securing a bioenergy future without imports
A Welfle, P Gilbert, P Thornley
Energy Policy 68, 1-14, 2014
692014
Generating a positive energy balance from using rice straw for anaerobic digestion
VH Nguyen, S Topno, C Balingbing, VCN Nguyen, M Röder, J Quilty, ...
Energy Reports 2, 117-122, 2016
642016
Reprint of “Desalination using low grade heat in the process industry: challenges and perspectives”
Y Ammar, H Li, C Walsh, P Thornley, V Sharifi, AP Roskilly
Applied thermal engineering 53 (2), 234-245, 2013
562013
The environmental impact and economic feasibility of introducing an Organic Rankine Cycle to recover low grade heat during the production of metallurgical coke
C Walsh, P Thornley
Journal of Cleaner Production 34, 29-37, 2012
542012
A review of the role of bioenergy modelling in renewable energy research & policy development
A Welfle, P Thornley, M Röder
Biomass and Bioenergy 136, 105542, 2020
512020
Generating low-carbon heat from biomass: life cycle assessment of bioenergy scenarios
A Welfle, P Gilbert, P Thornley, A Stephenson
Journal of Cleaner Production 149, 448-460, 2017
492017
The sustainability of forestry biomass supply for EU bioenergy: a post-normal approach to environmental risk and uncertainty
P Upham, H Riesch, J Tomei, P Thornley
Environmental science & policy 14 (5), 510-518, 2011
462011
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