Engineer at Forest Concepts

Forest Concepts Awarded DOE Funding to Model Biomass Behaviors and Downstream Conversion Effects

The Department of Energy announced today that it has selected three projects to receive approximately $1.0 million in funding to focus on computational capabilities at DOE’s National Labs. Forest Concepts is pleased to be one of the three selected projects. 

Each project will partner with the Consortium for Computational Physics and Chemistry (CCPC), which is comprised of National Laboratory researchers.

For our project, we will be working with Idaho National Laboratory and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to model the behaviors of different biomass types undergoing our preprocessing technologies as well as the downstream conversion effects. 

To learn more, please read the full announcement at the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy and Biomass Magazine.