Publicity & Publications

Publicity & Publications
News Paper Articles (2006/2009)
  1. Dick Ahlstrom; “Organic Waste key source of viable fuel alternatives,” Global Energy: A Special Report; The Irish times May 22, 2009.

  2. Dick Ahlstrom; “Research could lead to Cork City Buses running on eco fuels,” Global Energy: A Special Report; The Irish times May 22, 2009.

  3. Alan Healy; "A gas idea and it could only cost €10 million," Evening Echo, 17 April, 2008.

  4. Jennifer Hough; “The grass is greener; could the power be right at our feet?,” Irish Examiner, September 22, 2008.

  5. Jennifer Hough; “Energy Future in algae and grass,” Irish Examiner, September 22, 2008.

  6. Claire O’ Sullivan; “UCC is looking at grass to create biogas,” Irish Examiner, June 14, 2008

  7. John Reynolds; “Minister calls for increase in biofuel production,” Business, Sunday Independent, June 1 2008.

  8. Laurie O'Flynn; "Grass next in Line of oil runs out,"  Farming, Irish Examiner, 13 March 2008

  9. Maria Rolston; "Why the grass under our feet could hold the key to a greener Ireland," Evening Echo, 30 January, 2008

  10. Eamonn Pitts; "Biofuels explained; why they are such a hot topic," Irish Examiner 6 December 2007

  11. Ciaran Brennan; "Irish Biofuel Industry still facing tough Environment," Irish Times, 8 January 2007

  12. Dick Ahlstrom "How Garbage can fuel our buses, Irish Times, 28 June 2007

  13. Dick Ahlstrom "Green Green Grass of home best for energy" Irish Times, 28 June 2007

  14. Dick Ahlstrom "The main problem is that we keep thinking about corn and sugarbeet for ethanol production" Science (supplement to Irish Times), July 2007

Radio (2006/2008)


  1. Morning Ireland, 17 April, 2009

  2. The Last Word, Today FM Radio, Monday 16 June, 2008

  3. The Late Debate RTE Radio 1, 9 April 2008

  4. The Last Word, Today FM Radio, 30 January, 2008

  5. The Mooney Show, RTE Radio 1, 25 January, 2008

  6. The Farm Exam, RTE Radio 1, 3 August 2007

  7. The Late Debate RTE Radio 1, 24 October 2007

  8. The Ryan Turbidity Show, RTE Radio 1, 9 November 2006


 
  1. JD Murphy; “Biomethane in Ireland” Fuels of The Future 2009: German BioEnergy Association. ICC, Berlin, Germany, 1st November, 2009.

  2. JD Murphy; “Biofuels” IRCSET Symposium: Information fuelling the Smart Society. RDS, Dublin, Friday 25th September, 2009.

  3. JD Murphy; “Grass biomethane; energy balances, reactor configurations and economics,” Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA), Roganstown Hotel, Jan 22, 2009.

  4. JD Murphy; “Taking food out of fuel,” Cork Literary and Scientific Society, Crawford Gallery, Cork, Thursday 11th November, 2008.

  5. JD Murphy; “Biogas: Multiple Feed-stocks and Multiple Uses ,” Sustainable Energy Ireland, Biomass Combined Heat and Power and Anaerobic Digestion Program,  Crowne Plaza Hotel , 28 October 2008.

  6. Alan Dobson, JD Murphy; “ Biofuels/Biorefinery Research in the Environmental Research Institute” Enterprise Ireland, Dublin, October 3rd 2008.

  7. JD Murphy; “Taking food out of transport fuel,” at Biofuels and Global Food Security – Are they compatible? Conference, Gresham Metroploe Hotel,
    McCurtain Street, Cork
    , Friday 13th June, 2008.

  8. JD Murphy; “What fuel should be used to power public transport in Cork Docklands,” Presentation to Cork Docklands Forum, Clarion Hotel, 7th May 2008.

  9. JD Murphy; “A comparison of fuels in an Irish Context,” Presentation to Wexford Farmers Co-op, Enniscorthy, 23rd April 2008.

  10. JD Murphy; “Biofuels Research in the ERI,” Environmental Research Institute,
    Lee Road, Cork
    , 18th April, 2008.

  11. JD Murphy; “What biofuel, if any should be used in Cork,” Lifetime Lab, Breakfast Briefing, Lifetime Lab,
    Lee Road, Cork
    , 26 February, 2008.

  12. Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Change and Energy Security Wednesday 20 Feb 2008 http://debates.oireachtas.ie/DDebate.aspx?F=CLJ20080220.XML&Ex=All&Page=1

  13. JD Murphy; “Are Biofuels Good or Bad,” Annual Public Lecture Series, Boole 4, UCC, 30 January, 2008.

  14. JD Murphy; "Biofuels" Presentation to Irish Co-operative Organisation Society (ICOS), Green Isle Hotel,
    Nass Road
    , November 5, 2007.

  15. JD Murphy; "Biofuels," EPA, Seville Lodge, Kilkenny, July 26, 2007

  16. JD Murphy; "Anaerobic Digestion," EPA, Seville Lodge, Kilkenny, July 26, 2007

  17. JD Murphy;"Biofuels; Are they worth the land they are grown on?" Presentation to Plant Science Seminar, University College Cork, March 2007

  18. JD Murphy;"Biomass, Biogas, Biofuels and Beverages," Presentation to Institute of Brewers and Distillers, Guinness Store House, 23 February 2007

Peer Reviewed Journal Papers

Under review:

  1. Wall, D., O’Kiely, P., Murphy, J.D. (2013). The potential for biomethane from grass and slurry to satisfy renewable energy targets. Bioresource Technology (Impact Factor (IF) 4.546).
  2. Browne, J., Allen, E., Murphy J.D. (2013). Assessing biomethane production from the organic fraction of municipal solid waste in batch and continuous operation. Bioresource Technology (IF 4.546).
  3. Browne, J., Murphy, J.D. (2013). The impact of increasing organic loading in two phase digestion of food waste, Waste Management (Impact factor (IF) 2.801).
  4. Fierro, J., Gómez, X., Murphy, J.D. (2013) Potential for second generation gaseous transport biofuel based on pig slurries in Spain, Applied Energy (IF 4.546)

2013

  1. Browne, J., Allen E., Murphy, J.D. (2013) Improving hydrolysis in multiphase digestion of food waste. Waste Management 10.1016/j.wasman.2013.06.025 (IF 2.801).
  2. Allen, E., Browne, J., Hynes, S., Murphy, J.D. (2013) The potential of algae blooms to produce renewable gaseous fuel. Waste Management doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2013.06.017 (IF 2.801).
  3. Browne, J., Allen, E, Murphy, J.D. (2013) Evaluation of biomethane potential from multiple waste streams for a proposed community scale anaerobic digester. Environmental Technology DOI:10.1080/09593330.2013.812669 (IF 1.406)
  4. Allen, E., Browne, J., Murphy, J.D. (2013) Evaluation of biomethane potential from co-digestion of nitrogenous substrates. Environmental Technology DOI:10.1080/09593330.2013.806564 (IF 1.406)
  5. McEniry, J., Allen, E., Murphy, J.D., O’Kiely, P. (2013). Grass for biogas production: the impact of silage fermentation characteristics on methane yield in two contrasting biomethane potential test systems. Renewable Energy (IF 3.2)
  6. Orozco, A., Nizami, A.S., Murphy J.D., Groom, E (2013). Optimizing the Thermophilic Hydrolysis of Grass Silage in a Two-Phase Anaerobic Digestion System. Bioresource Technology 143 (2013) 117–125 (IF 4.546)
  7. Gallagher, C., Murphy, J.D. (2013) What is the realistic potential for biomethane from thermochemical routes to meet renewable energy heat targets? Applied Energy 108, 158-167 (IF 4.546)
  8. Gallagher, C., Murphy, J.D. (2013) Is it better to produce biomethane via thermochemical or biological routes? An energy balance perspective. Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefining 7:273–281 (IF 4.885).
  9. Murphy, J.D., Browne, J., Allen, E., Gallagher, C. (2013) The resource of biomethane, produced via biological, thermal and electricial routes, as a renewable transport fuel, Renewable Energy, 55: 474-479 (IF 3.2)
  10. Browne, J., Murphy, J.D., (2013) Assessment of the resource associated with biomethane from food waste, Applied Energy, 104: 170–177 (IF 4.546)

2012

  1. Thamsiriroj, T., Nizami, A.S., Murphy, J.D. (2012) Use of modelling to generate design parameters for a two-phase grass digestion system, Bioresource Technology, 110, 379 – 389 (IF 4.546)
  2. Thamsiriroj, T., Nizami, A.S., Murphy, J.D. (2012) Why does mono-digestion of grass silage fail in long term operation? Applied Energy, 92, 783 – 790. (IF 3.88)
  3. Nizami, A.S., Orozco, A., Groom, E., Diertrich, B., Murphy, J.D., (2012) How much gas can we get from grass? Applied Energy 92: 783 - 790 (IF 3.88)

2011

  1. Murphy, J.D., Thamsiriroj, T. (2011) What will fuel transport systems of the future? Materials Today, 14, (11) 518 - 524 (IF 6.265)
  2. Nizami, A.S., Murphy, J.D. (2011) Optimizing the Operation of a Two-Phase Anaerobic Digestion System Digesting Grass Silage. Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (17) 7561 – 7569 (IF 4.825)
  3. Browne, J., Nizami, A.S., Murphy, J.D. (2011) Assessing the cost of biofuel production with increasing penetration of the transport fuel market: a case study of gaseous biomethane in Ireland, Renewable and Sustainable Reviews, 15 (9) 4537 - 4547 (IF 4.567)
  4. Thamsiriroj, T., Smyth, H., Murphy, J.D. (2011) A roadmap for the introduction of gaseous transport fuel: A case study for renewable natural gas in Ireland Renewable and Sustainable Reviews, 15 (9) 4642 - 4651 (IF 4.567)
  5. McEniry, J., O’Kiely, P., Crossan, P., Groom, E., Murphy, J.D. (2011). The effect of feedstock cost on biofuel cost as exemplified by biomethane production from grass silage. Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefinery 5 (6) 670 - 682 (IF 4.885)
  6. Nizami, A.S., Singh, A., Murphy, J.D. (2011) Design, commissioning and start-up of a sequentially fed leach bed reactor complete with upflow anaerobic sludge blanket digesting grass silage, Energy and Fuels, 25 (2) 823–834 (IF 2.319)
  7. Smyth, B.M., Smyth, H., Murphy, J.D. (2011) Determining the regional potential for a grass biomethane industry. Applied Energy 88 (6) 2037–2049 (IF 3.88)
  8. Nizami, A.S., Molander, S., Asam, Z.U.Z., Rafique, R., Korres, N.E. , Kiely, G. Murphy, J. D. (2011) Comparative analysis using EIA for developed and developing countries: case studies of hydroelectric power plants in Pakistan, Norway and Sweden, International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 18(2), 134 - 142
  9. Smyth,B.M., Murphy, J.D. (2011) The indirect effects of biofuels and what to do about them: the case of grass biomethane and its impact on livestock, Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefinery, 5 (2)165–184 (IF 4.885)
  10. Asam Z.U.Z., Poulsen, T.G., Nizami, A.S., Rafique, R., Kiely, G., Murphy, J.D. (2011) How can we improve biomethane production per unit of feedstock in biogas plants? Applied Energy, 88(6) 2013–2018 (IF 3.88)
  11. Singh, A., Nizami, A.S., Korres, N.E., Murphy, J.D. (2011) The effect of reactor design on the sustainability of grass biomethane Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 15(3) 1567–1574 (IF 4.842)
  12. Thamsiriroj, T., Murphy, J.D. (2011) A critical review of the applicability of biodiesel and grass biomethane as biofuels to satisfy both biofuel targets and sustainability criteria Applied Energy 88 (4) 1008–1019 (IF 3.88)
  13. Thamsiriroj, T., Murphy, J.D. (2011) Modelling mono-digestion of grass silage in a 2 stage CSTR using ADM1. Bioresource Technology, 102 (2) 948–959 (IF 4.253)
  14. Thamsiriroj, T., Murphy, J.D. (2011). The impact of the life cycle analysis methodology on whether biodiesel produced from residues can meet the EU sustainability criteria for biofuel facilities constructed after 2017. Renewable Energy 36 (1) 50-63 (IF 2.226)
  15. Singh, A., Nigam, P., Murphy, J.D. (2011).Renewable fuels from Algae: An answer to debatable land based fuels Bioresource Technology, 102(1) 10–16 (IF 4.253)
  16. Singh, A.,Nigam, P.S., Murphy J.D. (2011). Mechanism and Challenges in Commercialisation of Algal Biofuels. Bioresource Technology 102 (1) 26-34 (IF 4.253)

2010

  1. Smyth, B.M., O’Gallachoir, B., Korres, N.E., Murphy, J.D. (2010). Can we meet targets for biofuels and renewable energy in transport given the constraints imposed by policy in agriculture and energy? The Journal of Cleaner Production, 18 (16-17) 1671 - 1685 (IF 1.86)
  2. Rafique, R., Poulsen, T.J., Nizami, A.S., Asam, Z.U.Z., Murphy, J.D., Kiely G. (2010) Effect of thermal, chemical and thermo-chemical pre-treatments to enhance methane production Energy, 35(12) 4556-4561 (IF 2.209)
  3. Sheehan, C., Harrington, J., Murphy, J.D., (2010). A technical assessment of topsoil production from dredged material. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54(12) 1377–1385. (IF 2.209)
  4. Sheehan, C., Harrington, J., Murphy, J.D. (2010). An environmental and economic assessment of topsoil production from dredge material. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 55 (2) 209–220. (IF 2.209)
  5. Nizami, A.S., Thamsiriroj, T., Singh, A., Murphy, J.D. (2010). Role of leaching and hydrolysis in a two phase grass digestion system. Energy and Fuels24(8), pp 4549–4559 (IF 2.319)
  6. Thamsiriroj, T., Murphy, J.D. (2010). Difficulties associated with mono-digestion of grass as exemplified by commissioning a pilot scale digester. Energy and Fuels, 24 (8), pp 4459–4469 (IF 2.319)
  7. Thamsiriroj, T., Murphy, J.D. (2010). How much of the target for biofuels can be met by biodiesel generated from residues in Ireland? Fuel 89(11) 3579 - 3589 (IF 3.179)
  8. Smyth, B.M., Smyth, H., Murphy, J.D. (2010) Can grass biomethane be an economically viable biofuel for the farmer and the consumer? Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefinery, 4(5): 519 - 537 (IF 4.885)
  9. Korres, N.E., Singh, A., Nizami, A.S., Murphy, J.D. (2010) Is grass biomethane a sustainable transport biofuel? Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefinery, 4 (3) 310–325 (IF 4.885)
  10. Thamsiriroj,T., Murphy, J.D. (2010). Can rapeseed biodiesel meet the European Union Sustainability Criteria for Biofuels? Energy Fuels, 24 (3): 1720–1730(IF 2.319)
  11. Nizami, A.S., Murphy J.D., (2010). What type of digester configurations should be employed to produce biomethane from grass silage? Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews14 (6) 1558–1568 (IF 4.842)
  12. Singh, A., Pant, D., Korres, N.E., Nizami, A.S, Prasad S., Murphy, J.D. (2010) Key issues in life cycle assessment of ethanol production from lignocellulosic biomass: Challenges and perspectives Bioresource Technology101(13) 5003–5012 (IF 4.253)
  13. Singh, A., Smyth, B.M., Murphy, J.D. (2010) A biofuel strategy for Ireland with an emphasis on production of biomethane and minimization of land take Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 14(1): 277-288. (IF 4.842)

2009

  1. Nizami, A.S., Korres, N.E., Murphy, J.D. (2009) A review of the integrated process for the production of grass biomethane. Environmental Science and Technology, 43(22): 8496–8508 (IF 4.630)
  2. Smyth, B.M., Murphy, J.D., O'Brien, C. (2009). What is the energy balance of grass biomethane in Ireland and other temperate northern European climates? Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 13(9): 2349-2360 (IF 4.842)
  3. Power, N.M., Murphy, J.D. (2009). Which is the preferable transport fuel on a greenhouse gas basis; biomethane or ethanol? Biomass and Bioenergy, 33(10) 1403 - 1412 (IF 3.326)
  4. Thamsiriroj, T., Murphy, J.D., (2009). Is it better to import palm oil from Thailand to produce biodiesel than to produce biodiesel from indigenous Irish rape seed? Applied Energy 86 (5) 595–604 (IF 3.88)
  5. Murphy,J.D., Power, N.M. (2009). An argument for using biomethane generated from grass as a biofuel in Ireland. Biomass and Bioenergy 33(3) 504-512 (IF 3.326)
  6. Power, N.M., Murphy, J.D., McKeogh, E. (2009). Technical and economic analysis of biogas production in Ireland using three different crop rotations. Applied Energy, 86(1) 25 – 36, (IF 3.88)

2008

  1. Murphy, J.D., Power, N.M. (2008). How can we improve the energy balance of ethanol production from wheat? Fuel, 87 (10-11)1799 – 1806 (IF 3.179)
  2. Power, N.M., Murphy, J.D., McKeogh, E. (2008). What crop rotation will provide optimal first generation ethanol production in Ireland from technical and economic perspectives? Renewable Energy, 33 (7) 1444 – 1454, (IF 2.226)

2007

  1. Murphy, J.D., Power, N.M. (2007). A technical, economic, and environmental analysis of energy production from newspaper in Ireland. Waste Management, 27(2)177 – 192 (IF 2.433)

2006

  1. Murphy, J.D., McKeogh, E. (2006). The benefits of integrated treatment of wastes for the production of energy. Energy, 31(2-3) 294-310 (IF 2.952)
  2. Murphy, J.D., Power, N.M. (2006). A technical, economic and environmental comparison of composting and anaerobic digestion of biodegradable municipal waste. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A: Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering, 41(5) 865 - 879.

2005

  1. Murphy, J.D., McCarthy, K. (2005).The optimal production of biogas for use as a transport fuel in Ireland. Renewable Energy, 30(14) 2111-2127 (IF 2.226).
  2. Murphy, J.D.,McCarthy, K. (2005) Ethanol production from energy crops and wastes for use as a transport fuel in Ireland,” Applied Energy, Volume 82 (2) 148-166, (IF 3.88).
  3. Murphy, J.D. (2005) CH4-enriched biogas utilised as a transport fuel: the case for the utilisation of biogas as a transport fuel. Academic Review, The Engineers Journal, 59(9): 571 – 576.

2004

  1. Murphy, J.D., McKeogh, E., Kiely, G. (2004). Technical/economic/environmental analysis of biogas utilisation. Applied Energy 77(4): 407-427. (IF 3.88)
  2. Murphy, J.D., McKeogh, E. (2004) Technical, economic and environmental analysis of energy production from municipal solid waste. Renewable Energy, 29 (7) 1043-1057 (IF 2.226)

 

2013

  • Murphy J.D., Wall D. and O’Kiely P. (2013)  Second generation biofuel: biomethane from co-digestion of grass and slurry. Key Note Lecture European Grassland Federation, Iceland: June 2013

 2012   

  • Browne, J., Allen E., Murphy, J.D. (2012) Improving hydrolysis in multiphase digestion of food waste, Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice 2012.
  • Allen, E., Browne, J., Hynes, S., Murphy, J.D. (2012) The potential of algae blooms to produce renewable gaseous fuel, Fourth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, Venice 2012.
  • Murphy, J.D., Browne, J., Allen, E, Gallagher, C. (2012) Assessment of the bioresource of biomethane. World Renewable Energy Conference, May 2012, Denver, Colorado, USA.
  • Murphy J.D. (2012). The potential for grass biomethane. Invited paper. 4th International Energy Farming Congress, 13th – 15th March 2012, Papenburg, Germany.

 2011

  • Aoife Foley, Beatrice Smyth, Jerry Murphy and Brian O'Gallachoir “A well to wheel analysis of electric vehicles and greenhouse gas savings” Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, Chicago, September 7-9, 2011

 2010

  • A Singh, N Korres, AS Nizami, JD Murphy “Biomethane from agricultural waste: A clean vehicular biofuel” Key note Lecture International Conference on Environment Energy and Development from Johensberg to Kopenhagen ICEED-2010, December 10-12, 2010, Sambalpur University, Orissa, India.                                                   
  • A Singh, N Korres, JD Murphy “Grass biomethane: A sustainable alternative industry for grassland” Key Note Lecture European Grassland Federation, Kiel, Germany: August 2010         

 2009

  • A Singh, JD Murphy; “Biomethane from animal waste and grass for clean vehicular biofuel in Ireland,” In:  Twelfth International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, Santa Margherita di Pula, Sardinia, Italy Sardinia 2009: 5-9 October 2009
  • JD Murphy, B Smyth, AS Nizami , T Thamsiriroj, A Singh, N Korres; “The potential for biomethane as a transport fuel in Ireland,” In: Biofuels Directive to bio based Transport Systems in 2020, IEA Bioenergy Task 39 Subtask Policy and Implementation Workshop, Dresden, Germany, June 2-5, 2009.
  • N E. Korres, C O’Brien, B Smyth, AS Nizami, T Thamisirioj, R Schulte, JD Murphy; “A preliminary analysis of energy balance and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of biomethane production as a transport fuel from grass/silage. A case study for Ireland,” Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Conference, Goteborg, Sweden, 31 May – 4 June 2009.
  • T Thamsiriroj, JD Murphy; “A technical analysis of bioenergy production from oil seed rape” World Renewable Energy Congress 2009 – Asia & 3rd International Conference on “Sustainable Energy and Environment (SEE 2009), Bangkok, Thailand, 18-23 May 2009.
  • JD Murphy; “Using Grass to reduce emissions in the agriculture and transport sectors,” In: The Greening of Irish Agriculture, Responding to the Challenge of Climate Change, Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA), Dublin Castle, Jan 9, 2009.

 2008

  • JD Murphy; “Biomethane: A method of generating biofuel from first generation biofuel residues, from stillage and from grass,” Keynote Lecture, First International Symposium for Young Scientist and Technologists in Malting, Brewing and Distilling, University College Cork, 7 November 2008
  • JD Murphy; “Biomethane: an optimal transport fuel and a method of improving first generation biofuel systems,” International Energy Agency Biofuels Symposium, University College Cork, September 14th, 2008.
  • T Thamsiriroj, JD Murphy; “Technical comparison of biodiesel produced from palm oil with biodiesel produced from rape seed oil for use in Ireland?” 16th European Biomass Conference, Valencia, Spain, 2 – 6 June, 2008
  • N Power, JD Murphy; “The potential for wheat to produce hydrogen-enriched biomethane?” 16th European Biomass Conference, Valencia, Spain, 2 - 6 June, 2008
  • JD Murphy; “An appraisal of biofuel options for Ireland,” 6th European Biofuels Forum, the De Dolean Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Jan 9, 2008.

 2007

  • N Power, J D Murphy, E McKeogh; “Energy from wheat: which is preferable, ethanol or biogas as a transport fuel?” 15th European Biomass Conference, Berlin, Germany, 7 – 11 May, 2007
  • S Corcoran, J D Murphy, E McKeogh; “The potential for biomass energy in Ireland.” 15th European Biomass Conference, Berlin, Germany, 7 – 11 May, 2007.
  • M Poliafico, J D Murphy; “Decision Support Software for developing anaerobic digestion technology for treating animal wastes in Ireland.” 15th European Biomass Conference, Berlin, Germany, 7 – 11 May, 2007

 2006

  • J D Murphy, BP Ó Gallachóir; “The potential of ethanol to aid Ireland meet the Biofuels Directive.” World Renewable Energy Congress, Florence, Italy, 19-25 August 2006.
  • N Power, J D Murphy; “Composting of biodegradable municipal waste in Ireland.” Waste Management 2006, Wessex Institute of Technology, Malta June 20, 2006.
  • J D Murphy, S Corcoran; “A technical, economic comparison of CHP production from Miscanthus and Biogas.” The 2nd International Conference of Renewable Energy in Maritime Island Climates, 26-28 April 2006, Dublin, Ireland.
  • J D Murphy, N Power, M Poliafico; “The Potential for Pig Slurry to Power Trains in Ireland.” The 2nd International Conference of Renewable Energy in Maritime Island Climates, 26-28 April 2006, Dublin, Ireland.
  • N Power, J D Murphy; “The utilisation of CH4-enriched biogas generated from biodegradable municipal waste as a transport fuel.” The 2nd International Conference of Renewable Energy in Maritime Island Climates, 26-28 April 2006, Dublin, Ireland.

 2005

  • T Sakkas, H Kaldeli, J D Murphy, J Kaldelis; “A Techno-Economic-Environmental Analysis of the Potential Ethanol Production Technology in Greece Utilizing Organic Fraction of Municipal Solid Waste  (OFMSW).” In: 1st National Conference of Renewable Fuels, National Technical University of Athens, 27-28 January 2005.

 2004

  • JD Murphy; “Biogas systems: small is beautiful.” In: AAM Sayigh, editor. World Renewable Energy Congress VII hosted by US Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Denver, Colorado, USA, August 28 – September 3, Elsevier, 2004.
  • TK Sakkas, JD Murphy; “The potential energy from waste in Athens, utilising gasification and ethanol production technology,” Greek National Conference, Environmental Protection Agency, 6 – 8 November 2002 (published in Greek).
  • JD Murphy, E McKeogh, T Sakkas, S O’Neill; “Potential energy from waste in the Republic of Ireland,” In: Proceedings Renewable Energy in Maritime Island Climates, Conference C76 of the Solar Energy society, Odyssey Centre Belfast, 10-11 September 2001, pp. 59-66.

 

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