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Funding costs skyrocket for U.S. BCAP

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Funding costs skyrocket for U.S. BCAP
When passed, the U.S. Biomass Crop Assistance Program was forecast to cost $ 70 million over five years, but funding for the first quarter of 2010 has been reported at $ 500 million dollars, raising questions about the future of the program.


January 6, 2010
By Forest2Mill newsletter

Jan. 6, 2010, Charlotte, NC – When passed, the U.S. Biomass Crop Assistance Program was
forecast to cost $70 million over five years, but funding for the first quarter
of 2010 has been reported at $500 million dollars, raising questions about the
future of the program. | READ MORE


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