This article will focus on the impacts on net global warming potential (GWP) of softwood lumber production from cradle to gate, using fuel substitution as boiler inputs for steam and electricity generation alternatives.
What does FSUBS stand for?
FSUBS stands for Fuel Substitution
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It noted that there is no single candidate for fuel substitution.
Pakistan can have a benefit of establishing CDM link between local and global environmental issues, thereby providing means for effective financing for sustainable development within the country, securing foreign investment for CDM priority areas, opportunity for effective requisite fuel substitution and job opportunities to uplift the socioeconomic conditions of both skilled and unskilled labours in the country.
This problem is aggravated by a combination better energy economics and protectionism in the consuming world - such as energy efficiency, conservation, fuel substitution, investment in alternative sources of physical energy, etc.
They cover economies in transition and in development, obstacles to fuel taxation, the BTU tax experience, enforcement of environmental charges, inspections and performance, higher energy prices and pollution, cost-effectiveness in air pollution abatement, emissions fees, agricultural applications, the climate change levy, fuel substitution, consumer demand, sulfur taxes, the impact of car-related taxes on fuel consumption, alternative instruments, equilibrium and economic development, household responses to pricing, interstate hazardous waste shipments, the phase-out of leaded gasoline, and whether carbon taxes reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
There, the market for oil is restricted either to areas that are too remote from existing natural gas infrastructure for it to be economical for fuel substitution to take place, or to countries without a gas grid.
The ascendence of lower prices also means that in the short term, fuel substitution development also loses its appeal, as well as its subsidies and research funding.