The IBSS Partnership: Reducing Barriers to the Deployment of an Advanced Biofuels Industry in the Southeastern U.S.

Timothy Rials, Stephen S. Kelley, Steven M. Taylor, Michael C. Cunningham, and William G. Hubbard, “The IBSS Partnership: Reducing Barriers to the Deployment of an Advanced Biofuels Industry in the Southeastern U.S.,” in New Crops: Bioenergy, Biomaterials, and Sustainability, Washington, D.C., 2016.

Type Conference Paper
Author Timothy Rials
Author Stephen S. Kelley
Author Steven M. Taylor
Author Michael C. Cunningham
Author William G. Hubbard
URL https://hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/proceedings2015/46-rials.pdf
Place Washington, D.C.
Publisher Purdue University
Date October, 2016
Conference Name Joint Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops and the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Abstract The Southeast Partnership for Integrated Biomass Supply Systems was formed in 2011 with support from a USDA-NIFA competitive grant. The team is structured to help meet the USDA goal of producing almost 50% of the next generation of biofuels in the Southeast U.S.
Proceedings Title New Crops: Bioenergy, Biomaterials, and Sustainability


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  • Bioenergy

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