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Part 1 Structure of the Energy Business
1. Green Energy to Sustainability
2. The Energy Mix in Japan Post-Fukushima
3. Green Energy in Africa, Asia, and South America
4. The Development of Solar Energy Generation Technologies and Global Production Capabilities
5. Recent Trends, Opportunities and Challenges of Sustainable Aviation Fuel
6. The Environmental Impact of Pollution Prevention and Other Sustainable Development Strategies Implemented by the Automotive Manufacturing Industry
7. The Global Demand for Biofuels and Biotechnology-Derived Commodity Chemicals: Technologies, Markets, and Challenges
Part II Chemicals and Transportation Fuels from Biomass
8. Sustainable Platform Chemicals from Biomass
9. Biofuels from Microalgae and Seaweeds: Potentials of Industrial Scale Production
10. Advanced Fermentation Technologies: Conversion of Biomass to Ethanol by Organisms Other than Yeasts, a Case for Escherichia coli
11. Clostridia and Process Engineering for Energy Generation
12. Fuel Ethanol Production from Lignocellulosic Materials Using Recombinant Yeasts
13. Enzymes for Cellulosic Biomass Hydrolysis and Saccharification
14. Assessment of Biofuels and Green Commodity Chemicals

Part III Hydrogen and Methane
15. Biotechnological Production of Fuel Hydrogen and Its Market Deployment
16. Deployment of Biogas Production Technologies in Emerging Countries
17. Hydrogen Production by Algae
18. Production and Utilization of Methane Biogas as Renewable Fuel

Part IV Perspectives
19. Integrated Biorefineries for the Production of Bioethanol, Biodiesel, and Other Commodity Chemicals
20. Lignocellulosic Crops as Sustainable Raw Materials for Bioenergy
21. Industrial Waste Valorization: Applications to the Case of Liquid Biofuels
22. The Environmental Impact of Pollution Prevention, Sustainable Energy Generation, and Other Sustainable Development Strategies Implemented by the Food Manufacturing Sector
23. Financing Strategies for Sustainable Bioenergy and the Commodity Chemicals Industry
24. Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability as Forces of Change
25. The Industrial World in the Twenty-First Century