Led by Pennsylvania State University, this project will produce advanced transportation fuels derived from shrub willow, short rotation woody crops and warm-season grasses switch grass and miscanthus.
Led by the University of Tennessee, this project will produce butanol, lignin byproducts and energy derived from switchgrass, pine and Eucalyptus.
Led by Iowa State University, this project will produce advanced transportation fuels derived from native perennial grasses such as switchgrass, big bluestem and Indian grass feedstock.
Led by Louisiana State University, this project will produce biofuels and co-products derived from energy cane and sweet sorghum.
Led by University of Washington, this project will provide transportation fuels derived from sustainably grown hardwoods.
Led by Colorado State University, BANR is investigating use of insect-killed trees as a sustainable feedstock to produce biofuels and biochar.