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Abstract

In its continuing efforts to improve production and storage, European agriculture and food industry is consuming more and more energy. Hence, as was the case for all European sectors founded on intensive energy consumption, agriculture was also severely affected by the shortages and price increases of conventional energy sources over the past decade. The energy consciousness generated in this way led to a widespread consideration of the application of other, renewable energy sources. The potential applications in agriculture are, however, extremely diverse, and this explains to a great extent the fragmentary nature and even in some cases the mediocre level of current research.

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Authors: GOEDSEELS V, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM);VAN DER STUYFT E, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM);AVERMAETE A, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM);BUIS H, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM);PALZ W CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM), CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM), CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN (BELGIUM);CEC BRUXELLES (BELGIUM)
Bibliographic Reference: BOOK: 481 P., 1986, ISBN 90-277-2319-2 WRITE TO KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS GROUP, P.O. BOX 322, 3300 DORDRECHT (THE NETHERLANDS), PRICE: HFL. 200, (EUR 10649 EN).
Record Number: 1989124113800 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
Category: PUBLICATION
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