Webinar: Biomass Feedstock Supply Challenges and Solutions with Idaho National Laboratory
Biorefineries are emerging in the United States to help transform our waste and biomass feedstocks into renewable fuels and products. However, a lot has to go right throughout the feedstock supply chain so that these biofuels and bioproducts are cost-effective and of high-quality and -quantity compared to their petroleum-based counterparts.
Join the U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office on January 20, 2021, at 3 p.m. ET for a webinar titled, Biomass Feedstock Supply Challenges and Solutions with Idaho National Laboratory. Drs. Lynn Wendt, Bioenergy Program Lead, and Luke Williams, research scientist, at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) will discuss feedstock supply chain challenges and how INL’s research is generating solutions.
Topics discussed during this webinar include biorefinery solutions centered around:
- Feedstock supply and logistics
- Developing new preprocessing strategies coupled with modeling
- Engineering conversion-ready feedstocks
- Finding new co-products early in the supply chain.
Drs. Wendt and Williams will also discuss INL’s Biomass Feedstock National User Facility (BFNUF) and how recent upgrades can provide solutions to some biomass feedstock challenges and enable scale-up of biorefineries.
Register for this webinar.