Conventional feedstock supply systems exist and have been developed for traditional agriculture and forestry systems.
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Explore the High Octane Fuel Study a “scoping study” of high-octane fuel (HOF) funded by the Bioenergy Technologies Office of DOE EERE to assess its potential to reduce energy consumption and green
See what Bioenergy KDF content comes from research funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.
This report is a collective effort of the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE), including contributions from 137 researchers of 82 institutions in 24 countries.
Explore scenarios that show how public policy actions can influence future biomass feedstock and bioenergy production.
Learn about a new set of 16 indicators that can be used to evaluate the sustainability of algal biofuels.
The follow-up report and data to the 2005 Billion-Ton Study includes spatial, county-by-county inventory of potential available feedstocks, price and quantities, and a more rigorous treatment and m