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Converting Poplar into Biofuels – Graduate and Postdoc Research
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Visit any of the following websites for additional information on bioenergy-related projects.
US Federal Government
USDA Energy The US Department of Agriculture Energy Web assists stakeholders with finding agricultural, economic, and social data on renewable energy. The site features an interactive map and graphing analysis tools, which compare and analyze biofuels and bioenergy data from the USDA.
USDA Energy Matrix The energy matrix helps find information on alternative and affordable energy, energy research and development, and funding for projects.
Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration The DOE EIA provides policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy-making, efficient markets, and public understanding on energy and related economic and environmental impacts.
Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Biomass Program The DOE EERE program focuses on how The Bioenergy Technologies Office is helping transform the nation’s renewable and abundant biomass resources into cost-competitive, high-performance biofuels, bioproducts, and biopower.
Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Laboratory DOE’s NREL is the lead laboratory on biomass research for renewable energy research and development. NREL works on the technologies to convert plant material into biofuels.
Bioenergy Washington This is Washington State’s official website on bioenergy. The increased production and use of bioenergy from local resources can help move Washington toward a more sustainable energy future and benefit rural communities by providing new opportunities.
California Energy Commission In California, the Energy Commission works on energy policy and planning. The state has a Bioenergy Action Plan and works on transportation biofuels as well as converting biomass into electricity.
Idaho Energy Resources The bioenergy program in Idaho helps people know how to use their locally grown biomass as a renewable energy resource. The program does this through technical assistance and educational workshops as well as showcasing demonstration projects.
Oregon Department of Energy, Biomass Energy The Oregon DOE ensures an adequate supply of reliable and affordable energy by develop ing clean energy resources and promoting renewable energy. Oregon´s biomass resources include wood, agricultural crop residues, and organic waste.
International Energy Agency The IEA works on reliable, affordable and clean energy for their 28 member countries. They provide information on both bioenergy and biofuels and the potential of feedstocks and conversion processes to produce sustainable low-carbon biofuels.
Global Renewable Fuels Alliance The GRFA is a global biofuels federation that represents over 65% of worldwide fuel production. The organization works on expanding the use of renewable and sustainable fuels around the world through research and public policy. GRFA has produced an interactive global map of biofuels.
Bioenergy Feedstock Library The Bioenergy Feedstock Library is both a physical repository and a knowledge database that supports research, provides funamental data on biomass characteristics and presents tools to allow decision making. The Library is operated by Idaho National Laboratory.