Studying effective factors on executing and applying biogas energy from viewpoint of experts of Ministry of Agriculture of Iran
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Abstract

Meeting energy requirements in rural and deprived areas is one of the most fundamental problems of all countries of world specially developing countries and even in a country like Iran that has enriched resources of energy, meeting this energy is very problematic and expensive; thus, the most appropriate solution for this problem is applying renewable energies including: Biogas. The present research from viewpoint of type of research is classified as applied research and from viewpoint of method is classified as descriptive-correlation research. Statistical society of this relation is 150 experts of Ministry of Agriculture that are working in relation to biomass energy and sampling method is based on census. In the way of politicizing effective economic factors for application of biomass is a budget is anticipated for advertisement and introducing biomass energy, prioritizing social factors, good and effective communication with other similar companies, prioritizing of educational factors, holding related exhibitions for native biogas energy, prioritizing of managerial factors, increasing awareness of directors from advantages of biomass energy, prioritizing factors facilitating trust of policy makers for executing biomass energy plans. Studying Spearman correlation for 2 variables of level of awareness and recognition of people shows that there is positive-significant relationship between aforesaid 2 variables. Moreover, results of simple regression shows that the variable of policy making factor nearly 32%, economic factor nearly 32%, social factor nearly 45%, educational factor nearly 33%, managerial factor nearly 25%, facilitating factor nearly 27%, impediments and limitations for application of biomass energy nearly 33% describes the changes of dependent variable to application of biomass energy.

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