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Black Willow Biomass Feedstock: Progress & Questions

Publication Number: P2723
View as PDF: P2723.pdf

One of the keys to a successful biofuels industry is the accessibility of reasonably priced raw material. Dedicated energy plantations in close proximity to a biofuels facility could provide a substantial portion of that type of material. At this point, it is uncertain where these facilities might be built; but developing an array of fastgrowing biomass species will provide the diversity of raw material that these facilities will need in the future.

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