What does the Biomass Coordinating Council do?



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    The Biomass Coordinating Council was formed under the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) with the intent to increase the use of biofuels and biopower in the United States through networking, lobbying and policy change.

    The BCC focuses on “6 Fs of the Biomass Wheel” : Food, Feed, Fiber, Fuel, Fertilizers, Feedstock (for chemicals).

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