Join the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on November 28, 2023, at 4:00 pm ET, for an informational webinar, Clean Fuels & Products Shot™: Alternate Sources for Carbon-based Products, to learn about the recently launched Clean Fuels & Products Shot™, including an update on the initiative’s goals, recent activities, and next steps.
The seventh initiative in the DOE’s Energy Earthshots™ portfolio, the Clean Fuels & Products Shot™ focuses on decarbonizing the fuel and chemical industry through alternative sources of carbon to advance cost-effective technologies with a minimum of 85% lower greenhouse gas emissions by 2035.
During the webinar, speakers will provide information on how this initiative aligns with DOE’s broader Energy Earthshots™ portfolio, as well as goals, research and development focus areas, and potential impacts. Panelists will also discuss the importance of collaboration between the various DOE offices involved. The presentation will conclude with an audience questions & answers session.
Webinar speakers will include:
- Devinn Lambert, DOE Office of the Under Secretary for Science and Innovation
- Jay Fitzgerald, DOE Bioenergy Technologies Office
- Felicia Lucci, DOE Industrial Efficiency & Decarbonization Office
- Emily Connor, DOE Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management
- Todd Anderson, DOE Office of Science
Registration is now open for DOE’s Clean Fuels & Products Shot™: Alternative Sources for Carbon-based Products informational webinar. Learn more about the Clean Fuels & Products Energy Shot™, and questions can be emailed here prior to the event.
Alignment of Resources
This Earthshot is a DOE research, development, and demonstration effort. It will be implemented and supported by several DOE offices, including: the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy including the Bioenergy Technologies Office, Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Technologies Office, and Industrial Efficiency & Decarbonization Office; the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management; Basic Energy Sciences; Office of Science’s Biological and Environmental Research; Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations; and Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.