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Supply Costs and Their Impact on Biorefinery Siting and Sizing

Posted by Greg Crouch | July 25, 2016

Speaker: Dr. Nathan Parker
Breakout Session B | Discussion Group – Supply Chain Optimization for a Distributed Feedstock Resource
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There is great diversity in the potential supplies of biomass in terms of supply density, production costs, temporal availability and quality. Due to this diversity and technology characteristics, there is no one size fits all solution to biomass supply chains. This talk will explore the cost components of delivered biomass, what factors influence these cost components, and how the different costs impact the siting and sizing of economically viable biorefineries.