Agricultural biogas plant location selection using MCDA methods
AbstractAgricultural biogas plant is an investment that benefits both investors, inhabitants of a given region, as well as the natural environment. Such a project, despite many economic, environmental and social advantages, is also associated with the emission of unpleasant odors or noise. That is why, selecting the location of an agricultural biogas plant, is a particularly important task. The investment location was selected using MCDA methods. Of the three variants, the most favorable in terms of the adopted criteria was selected using both AHP and TOPSIS methods.
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Krawczyk Dorota, Skoczko Iwona, Szatyłowicz Ewa (eds.): Innovations – Sustainability – Modernity – Openness. Energy [Dokument elektroniczny], Series of Monographs, vol. 39, 2019, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Białostockiej, ISBN 978-83-66391-06-2, 82 p., DOI:10.24427/978-83-66391-06-2
978-83-66391-06-2 ISMO-2019-vol.-39.pdf / 3,98 MB / No licence information
|Keywords in English||agricultural biogas plants; multicriteria decision aid; investment location|
|Internal identifier||ROC 19-20|
|License||Publisher website (books and chapters only); published final; ; with publication|
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