Re-N-Vision obtains grant from the Department of Energy to test Blue Biofuels’ CTS tech

August 4, 2022 |

In Florida, Blue Biofuels announces that Re-N-Vision has received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I Department of Energy grant for $199,902.

The grant was awarded under the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Funding Program joint topic “Community-Driven Solutions for a Just and Equitable Energy Transition”.

The CTS technology of Blue Biofuels is chosen by Re-N-Vision to test the processing of agricultural and cellulosic waste into bio-products. The Phase I project will utilize Blue Biofuels’ CTS technology to process samples of agricultural and cellulosic waste to ascertain convertibility, yield and efficiency of these new specific feedstocks.

Upon completion of Phase I, Re-N-Vision plans to apply for a Phase II grant, which is up to $2.2 million. The plan for Phase II is to utilize kilotons of agricultural waste as feedstock to create bio-products.

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