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Economics of Biomass Production in the United States

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When the supply estimate is presented in terms of total acreage in a region, the scenarios with increased yields move the supply prices downward, i.e. they lower supply costs. Improved yields in 2005 with a modest research program lower costs at the line shown Figure 3 from $47.60 per ton to $42.48, a reduction of $5.12 per dry ton or 11 percent. By 2020 with a long term research program, the costs are lowered to $35.74 per ton, down $11.86 or 25 percent from the costs projected in 2000.


Written by Casey McConnell

March 21, 2008 at 8:29 pm

Posted in Bioenergy

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