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Technoeconomic analysis (TEA) is an approach for conducting process design and simulation, informed by empirical data, to estimate capital costs, operating costs, mass balances, and energy balances for a commercial scale biorefinery. TEA serves as a useful method to screen potential research priorities, identify cost bottlenecks at the earliest stages of research, and provide the mass and energy data needed to conduct life-cycle environmental assessments. Recent studies have produced new tools and methods to enable faster iteration on potential designs, more robust uncertainty analysis, and greater accessibility through the use of open-source platforms. There is also a trend toward more expansive system boundaries to incorporate the impact of policy incentives, use-phase performance differences, and potential impacts on global market supply. Copyright © 2021 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.

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Corinne D Scown, Nawa Raj Baral, Minliang Yang, Nemi Vora, Tyler Huntington. Technoeconomic analysis for biofuels and bioproducts. Current opinion in biotechnology. 2021 Feb;67:58-64

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