Commercializing Conventional and Advanced Transport Biofuels from Biomass and Other Renewable Feedstocks

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Several of the better known IEA Bioenergy rock stars — there are four and possibly five in this set, from the US and Canada, so we’ll put them somrt of on a par with Neil Young and Crazy Horse for representing somethng tuneful, must-know and American-Canadian in character. In this case, our research team led by Jim McMillan of NREL and Jack Saddler at UBC, address the worlds of conventional and advanced biofuels and the opportunities in the latter to reach new neights in GHG reductions, avoidance of cometition with food, and bypass blend walls. And which face barriers of their own in costs, feedstock availability, and technical readiness.



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