【环境讲坛97期】Agriculture Waste Planning for Reshaping the Energy Landscape
来源： 发布时间：2019-05-23 点击次数：
报告人：Prof. Haslenda Hashim
Bioenergy from agricultural waste has been hailed as one of the most promising sources of renewable energy, due to its availability and environmental benefits. This session shares an economic-spatial bioenergy planning model that provides a systematic analytical approach to perform a comprehensive assessment of bioenergy value chain for dispatch solution of over a 20-year planning horizon. It will help to assess, analyze, and optimize the bioenergy generation, storage capacity and bioenergy distribution network to meet national renewable energy and emission target. It is envisaged that this model will benefit the policy-makers to drive national strategies for effective bioenergy generation and promote sustainable biomass-based opportunities.
Prof. Haslenda Hashim is a Chair in Resource Sustainability Research Alliance and fellow for Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and PhD from University of Waterloo, Canada. She specialises in process planning, scheduling, modeling, simulation and optimization. Her research activities are focused on bioenergy planning, low carbon society (LCS), resource conservation, climate change mitigation, zero-waste processes and renewable energy. Prof. Haslenda has published books, book chapters, blueprint for policy makers, technical reports, manuals for courses and workshops and more than 100 technical papers in national and high-impact international refereed journals, She is currently an Associate Editor for Energy Journal (Elsevier).