Alison Goss Eng
Program Manager, Feedstock Supply and Logistics and Advanced Algal Systems, Bioenergy Technologies Office
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Dr. Alison Goss Eng is the program manager for the Advanced Algal Systems and Feedstock Supply and Logistics programs within the U.S. Department of Energy's Bioenergy Technologies Office. In this role, she guides a diverse research portfolio, developing technologies to provide a reliable, affordable, and sustainable biomass supply to the growing advanced bioenergy industry. Primary areas of focus are terrestrial and algal feedstock resource assessment, feedstock logistics, algae biology and cultivation, feedstock conversion interface, and techno-economic and life-cycle analyses. She is the liaison between the Biomass Research and Development (BRD) Board and the BRD Operations Committee, an interagency collaborative composed of senior decision makers from federal agencies and the White House. Alison also co-chairs the Biomass Research and Development Initiative Interagency Working Group on Feedstock Logistics.
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