Raphael Slade's research interests include energy systems analysis and the role of energy policy in supporting technological innovation. Recent work has focussed on examining the commercial and environmental prospects of biomass-derived transport fuels.
Raphael holds a PhD in Bioenergy from Imperial College, an MSc in Environmental Technology (also from Imperial College), and a MA in Chemistry from the University of Cambridge.
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et al., 2011, Energy from biomass: the size of the global resource
et al., 2011, Energy from biomass: the size of the global resource, London, UK Energy Research Centre
Slade R, Bauen A, Gross R, 2010, The UK bio-energy resource base to 2050: estimates, assumptions, and uncertainties, UKERC/WP/TPA/2010/002, UKERC website, UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC)