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2016 Survey of Non-Starch Alcohol and Renewable Hydrocarbon Biofuels Producers

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(Netzwerk Biotreibstoffe/National Renewable Energy Laboratory)  The reports tracks the status of non-starch alcohol and renewable hydrocarbon projects.

What it is: Publicly available annual report summarizing U.S. advanced biorefinery projects and global trends in the deployment of commercial technologies as of year-end 2016 (CY). This year’s effort is the result of collaboration with Dina Bacovsky who collects data for and manages the IEA Task 39 database.

Who is it for: Intended for policy-makers as well as technology developers and investors tracking developments in the market.

What challenge does this address: Consolidated public data source on domestic pre-commercial and commercial biofuel projects.

What is included:

  • Commercial and pre-commercial (i.e., pilot and demo) non-starch alcohol and renewable hydrocarbon projects using solid biomass
  • International commercial non-starch alcohol and renewable hydrocarbon projects using solid biomass

What is not included:

  • International pre-commercial projects
  • Renewable natural gas projects
  • Cancelled biorefinery project that were never built*
  • Corn starch-based biofuel projects
  • Biodiesel fuel projects
  • Bioproduct projects that cannot co-produce biofuel or produce an intermediate that could be taken to produce a biofuel  READ MORE

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