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Mehrjährige Anbauverfahren Zur Produktion Von Holzbiomasse - Stochastische Risikoanalyse Der Wirtschaftlichkeit


  • Janas, Caroline Sophie-Theresia
  • Lippert, Christian
  • Krimly, Tatjana


Da es bisher wenig Erfahrung beim mehrjährigen Anbau von Holzbiomasse gibt, werden die Wirtschaftlichkeit und die Risiken des Anbaus von Pappeln und Weiden im Kurzumtrieb sowie von Miscanthus auf Ackerflächen für eine ausgewählte Region Baden-Württembergs untersucht. Hierzu wird eine stochastische Risikoanalyse (Monte-Carlo-Methode) durchgeführt. Es zeigt sich, dass der Anbau von Miscanthus die höchste Annuität sowie die geringste Streuung aufweist und im Gegensatz zu Pappeln und Weiden gegenüber einer gängigen Fruchtfolge konkurrenzfähig ist. Hauptursachen für die geringere Varianz der Annuität von Miscanthus sind die geringere Streuung seiner Erträge und die häufigeren Ernten.

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  • Janas, Caroline Sophie-Theresia & Lippert, Christian & Krimly, Tatjana, 2016. "Mehrjährige Anbauverfahren Zur Produktion Von Holzbiomasse - Stochastische Risikoanalyse Der Wirtschaftlichkeit," 56th Annual Conference, Bonn, Germany, September 28-30, 2016 244883, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:gewi16:244883

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