Increase in green, renewable and sustainable energy demand due to higher environmental impacts (e.g. Greenhouse gases emissions, climate change, etc.) on consumption of fossil fuel resource put down an extra pressure on government, researchers and industrialists. Among several available biofuel options, biohydrogen is considered as one of the best environmentally clean fuel and a strong candidate to fulfil the future demand of sustainable energy resource. Although, biohydrogen production technology and its use as a fuel is still in infancy stage. Selection of most sustainable production pathway, increase in production upto industrial scale and cost efficiency are some issue still persist with the biohydrogen research.
“Biohydrogen Production: Sustainability of Current Technology and Future Perspective” is giving an insight for the sustainable production of biohydrogen at industrial scale. The process of biohydrogen production is complex and to opt the best suited production system for industrial scale is a frantic task. This book will provide an in depth information on all available technologies for biohydrogen production and feedstock options to choose upon. This book is also providing information on present status of the research in the field and possibility to change future fuel economy in to biohydrogen economy.
Experts views provided in the chapters by renowned researchers from all over the globe in the field of biohydrogen research made this book a cornucopia of present research and future perspective of biohydrogen. This book is targeted at the researchers working on biohydrogen as well as the bioenergy scientist planning to move towards biohydrogen research. This book will provide a platform for motivation of researchers and industrialists for innovative ideas and thoughts to bring biohydrogen production at industrial scale.
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About the Author
Dr. Anoop Singh, has a PhD in Botany (2004). Dr. Singh is a Scientist at Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. Before joining DSIR, he worked at Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; University College Cork, Ireland; The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi, India; Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi, India; Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India; and VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur, India. He has visited several European countries and participated in several international conferences. He has published more than 50 research articles in scientific journals (h-index 22) and also published an edited book on Life Cycle Assessment of Renewable Energy Sources with Springer. Dr. Singh is a member of several scientific communities and serving as Editorial board member for a number of journals besides being a reviewer. His research interests are focused on sustainable agriculture, waste management through agriculture, the utilization of industrial, agricultural, and household waste for eco-friendly energy production, renewable energy, and their life cycle assessment (LCA).
Dr. Dheeraj Rathore is an Assistant Professor in School of Environment and Sustainable Development at Central University of Gujarat (CUG), Gandhinagar, India. He obtained his Ph.D in Botany from AAI-DU, Allahabad, India and His M.Phil. in Environment Management from Vikram University, Ujjain, India. Before Joining CUG, he worked at The University of Dodoma, Tanzania. He has published more than 20 research articles (h-index 7) and a member of several scientific communities besides being a reviewer. His research Interest is focused on Stress Physiology and Physiology of Biofuel Production.
Table of Contents1. Biohydrogen: Next Generation Fuel (Anoop Singh and Dheeraj Rathore).- 2. Biohydrogen Production Potential of Different Biomass Sources (Hidayet Argun, Pelin Gokfiliz, Ilgi Karapinar Kapdan).- 3. Biohydrogen Production from Agricultural Biomass and Organic Wastes (Nicholas E. Korres and Jason K. Norsworthy).- 4. Trends and Challenges in Biohydrogen Production from Agricultural Waste (Lucile Chatellard, Antonella Marone, Hélène Carrère, Eric Trably).- 5. Exploiting Biohydrogen Pathways of Cyanobacteria and Green Algae: An Industrial Production Approach (Anubha Kaushik and Mona Sharma).- 6. Characterization and Screening of Algal Strains for Sustainable Bio-Hydrogen Production: Primary Constraints (Ramkrishna Ghosh, Punyasloke Bhadury and Manojit Debnath).- 7. Challenges in the Design and Operation of an Efficient Photobioreactor for Microalgae Cultivation and Hydrogen Production (Surajbhan Sevda,Sourish Bhattacharya, Ibrahim M Abu Reesh, Bhuvanesh S, T R Sreekrishnan).- 8. Sustainability of Biohydrogen Production Using Engineered Algae as a Source (Khorcheska Batyrova and Patrick C. Hallenbeck).- 9. Biohydrogen Production from Microalgae: An Enzyme Perspective (Ayse Kose, Suphi S. Oncel).- 10. Biohydrogen Production Scenario for Asian countries (Rupam Kataki, Rahul S Chutia, Neon J Bordoloi, Ruprekha Saikia, Debashis Sut, Rumi Narzari, Lina Gogoi, G N Nikhil, Omprakash Sarkar, S Venkata Mohan).- 11. Waste to Hydrogen Energy in Saudi Arabia: Possibilities and Challenges (R Miandad, M Rehan, AS Nizami, OKM Ouda, MZ Khan, K Shahzad, IMI Ismail). 12. Biohydrogen Economy: Challenges and Prospects for Commercialization (Mona Sharma and Anubha Kaushik).- 13. Comparative Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of Biohydrogen Production from Biomass Resources (Christina Wulf, Lisa Thormann, Martin Kaltschmitt).- 14. Biohydrogen: Global Trend and Future Perspective (Ratan Singh, Anoop Singh, Dheeraj Rathore).