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DIN ISO 13065:2014-10

DIN ISO 13065:2014-10

Sustainability criteria for bioenergy (ISO/DIS 13065:2014) / Note: Date of issue 2014-09-12

Critères de durabilité pour la bioénergie (ISO/DIS 13065:2014) / Attention: Date de parution 2014-09-12

Nachhaltigkeitskriterien für Bioenergie (ISO/DIS 13065:2014) / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2014-09-12

Fecha Anulación:
2017-06 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

ISO/DIS 13065 (2014-08)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplazada por: DIN ISO 13065:2017-06

The production and use of bioenergy have potential roles in mitigating climate change, promoting energy security and fostering sustainable development. Virtually every country in the world uses some form of bioenergy. Various types of biomass are used for the production of bioenergy through many types and sizes of economic operations. The characteristics of bioenergy production therefore are heterogeneous and depend on several factors, such as geographic location, climatic conditions, level of development, institutional frameworks and technological issues. This International Standard specifies sustainability principles, criteria and indicators for the bioenergy supply chain to facilitate assessment of environmental, social and economic aspects of sustainability. This International Standard is applicable to the whole supply chain, parts of a supply chain or a single process in the supply chain. This International Standard applies to all forms of bioenergy, irrespective of raw material, geographical location, technology or end use. This International Standard does not establish thresholds or limits and does not describe specific bioenergy processes and production methods. Compliance with this International Standard does not determine the sustainability of processes or products. This International Standard is intended to facilitate comparability of various bioenergy processes or products. It can also be used to facilitate comparability of bioenergy and other energy options.
Bioenergy, Biomass, Climate protection, Definitions, Diversity, Effectiveness, Effects, Emission, Energy conversations, Evaluations, Greenhouse gases, Indicators, Interaction, Period, Pollution control, Power generation, Reduction, Renewable energy, Society, Specification (approval), Supply chains, Sustainability, Utilization of energy
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