Selection of the Best Alternative of Heating System by Environmental Impact Assessment—Case Study
AbstractThe Framework Directive 2009/28/EC on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources aims at developing the local and regional electricity market in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. A comparison study of the proposed activities of construction of a new biomass-fired power plant or reconstruction of an old one-gas power plant in town located in eastern Slovakia is presented in this paper. The method of the index coefficient was used for choosing the best alternatives. Multicriteria analysis proved that the construction of biomass-fired power plant is the most suitable solution chosen from three assessed variants (no activity is implemented, biomass power plant and modernized gas boiler). View Full-Text
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Ondrejka Harbulakova, V.; Zelenakova, M.; Purcz, P.; Olejnik, A. Selection of the Best Alternative of Heating System by Environmental Impact Assessment—Case Study. Environments 2018, 5, 19.
Ondrejka Harbulakova V, Zelenakova M, Purcz P, Olejnik A. Selection of the Best Alternative of Heating System by Environmental Impact Assessment—Case Study. Environments. 2018; 5(2):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ondrejka Harbulakova, Vlasta; Zelenakova, Martina; Purcz, Pavol; Olejnik, Adrian. 2018. "Selection of the Best Alternative of Heating System by Environmental Impact Assessment—Case Study." Environments 5, no. 2: 19.
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