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GRACIELA NOGAR, Ada; CHOMICKI, Carolina  and  BERDOLINI, José Luis. Bioenergía a partir de residuos ganaderos. Estado de situación en provincia de Buenos Aires. Mundo agrar. [online]. 2019, vol.20, n.43, pp.110.e1-110.e2. ISSN 1515-5994.

Energy consumption from fossil sources grows and worries. This is based on environmental (greenhouse gases), social (access, inclusion) and territorial issues (shared ownership). In this context, there is a growing need to find alternatives that attenuate the problem of availability and collaborate with the diversification of the energy matrix. Distributed generation (DG) is a model that weighs renewable sources, in which the production of biogas from the re-use of waste is occupying and worrying public and private actors. This work explores biogas production in the Province of Buenos Aires and reflects on the use of livestock waste, production / energy processes, diversification of the energy matrix and reduction in the demand for fossil fuels.

Keywords : Renewable energy; Biogás; Localized supply; Environment.

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