The Bioenergy Technologies Office’s research and development efforts include programs in Advanced Algal Systems; Aviation Fuels; Bioproduct Production; CO2 Utilization, and Storage; Conversion Technologies; Data, Modeling, and Analysis; Feedstock Technologies; Systems Development and Integration, and Waste-to-Energy.
The Conversion Technologies program supports research and development in technologies for converting biomass feedstocks into finished liquid transportation fuels—such as renewable gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel—co-products or chemical intermediates, and biopower. Learn more >>
The Systems Development and Integration program works to lower the risk of bioenergy production technologies through verified proof of performance at the pilot or lower scales, facilitating further development and validation at demonstration and pioneer scales by private stakeholders. Learn more >>