Environmental Research Institute - Doctoral Theses

Environmental Research Institute - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Guneratnam, Amita Jacob (University College Cork, 2017)
    Advanced biofuels that have high productivity such as micro and macro algae or certain plant based waste biomass are considered as third generation biofuel. Hydrogen produced using surplus electricity can be then transformed ...
  • Czyrnek-Deletre, Magdalena (University College Cork, 2017)
    European states, including Ireland must ensure that an increasing portion of energy from renewable sources. This is a particular issue for transport, which in comparison to electricity and heat has very low levels of ...
  • Kahsay, Zenebe Abraha (University College Cork, 2017)
    Smallholder agriculture is the mainstay of the economy of Tigray, northern Ethiopia. Households located in the food insecure south-eastern zone rely on agriculture for their livelihood. Supplementary income is obtained ...
  • Glynn, James (University College Cork, 2015)
    Ireland imports 88% of its energy requirements. Oil makes up 59% of total final energy consumption (TFC). Import dependency, low fuel diversity and volatile prices leave Ireland vulnerable in terms of energy security. The ...
  • Tabassum, Muhammad Rizwan (University College Cork, 2016)
    Irish brown seaweeds have been identified as a potential bio-resource with potentially high specific methane yields. Anaerobic digestion is deemed the most feasible technology due to its commercial viability for handling ...

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