2005 OBP Biennial Peer Review Platform Presentation Template. Valerie Sarisky-Reed Products Platform November 15, 2005. Platform Overview. Utilization of platform outputs and transferring technology to the integrated biorefinery. Platform outputs and outcomes
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November 15, 2005
Utilization of platform outputs and transferring technology to the integrated biorefinery
Outputs: Fuels – mainly ethanol
Chemicals and materials
Heat and Power
Outcomes: technology and tools that have broad applicability for multiple fuels, chemicals and materials, and technology that leads to implementation or use in larger, biorefinery development efforts.
Who’s doing the work?
PG and EG
PG and EG
Barrier Hierarchy for Fuels and Chemicals & Materials
Barrier Hierarchy for CHP
More specific goals and economic targets will be discussed
20 projects were reviewed by a panel of experts from government, industry, and academia. 18 were funded by DOE/OBP and two are funded by USDA. All of the projects focused on technology development regarding products in the following three technical areas: Analysis, Chemicals and Materials, and Fuels.
The objective of this review meeting was to provide DOE/OBP with:
Martha Schlicher (National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center), ReviewerJohn Houghton (USDOE Office of Science), Reviewer Frances H.Arnold (Cal Tech, Chemical Engineering), Reviewer Richard J Higgins (Ceramem Corporation), Reviewer Christopher Guske (Tate and Lyle) , Reviewer Gene Peterson (Golden Field Office), Reviewer Facilitators Valerie Sarisky-Reed (DOE Biomass Program), Reviewer Facilitators