Biodiesel and economy

The supply of biofuels depends on the availability and price of the feedstock.  For a cellulosic biomass market to be feasible, the price offered by suppliers would have to be equal to or lower than what buyers would be willing to pay and still make a profit. The economic analysis that estimates the price of different types of biomass and would be needed to be for the producer to supply the bioenergy and the cost of converting the biomass to fuel. The competition for feedstock economic impacts on the prices of agricultural commodities, food, feedstuffs, forest products Fossil fuel energy and land values. 

  • Biodiesel feed stocks
  • Efficiency and economic arguments
  • Material compatibility Production levels
  • Biodiesel standards
  • The future of biodiesel
  • Government role towards biodiesel

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