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Table 5 Comparison Bio-coke and coal-coke

From: Analysis of effect on CO2 emission reduction and cost estimation for the use of Bio-coke: a case study of Osaka, Japan

  Bio-coke Coal-coke Data source
Calorific value (kcal/kg) 4438 7000 OFOA interviews
Calorific value (MJ/t) 18,570 29,289
CO2 emission during production and transport (t CO2/t) 1.01 3.17 Bio-coke: this study
CO2 emission during combustion (t CO2/t) 0 Coal-coke: [19]
Fuel amounts with equivalent calorific content (t) 1 0.6