Biomass has a role to play in complementing electricity and hydrogen in future energy systems. However, this role will inevitably be constrained by the limited supply of truly sustainable and low-carbon bio-feedstocks, most likely from wastes and residues rather than dedicated biomass production for energy. How much truly sustainable and low-carbon biomass can the world count on? And how to best manage this constrained resource?
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