DOE to award $12M in new funding for pyrolysis, gasification-based advanced biofuels

March 31, 2011 |

In Washington, the DOE announced that it will be accepting applications for $12 million in funding for laboratory or small pilot-scale projects that support the development of refinery feedstocks, or drop-in renewable gasoline, diesel, or jet fuels.

The funding opportunity will provide up to $12 million over the next three to four years to support as many as five projects.

Each selectee will utilize biomass materials such as woody biomass, and corn stover in thermochemical conversion processes known as gasification and pyrolysis. A description of the solicitation, eligibility requirements, and application instructions can be found on the FedConnect website under Reference Number DE-FOA-0000467.

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