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 FedsproutAalap ShahPresident and CEO Small Business Sustainability Community Benefits, Project Planning, and Project ReportingFedsprout helps businesses and non-profits secure government funding and provide support during project execution. We help strategize, plan, and ensure successful projects when working with the federal government, especially regarding clean energy and other DOE initiatives.

Area of Technical Expertise: Community Benefits Planning for Proposals, Community Engagement, Implementation of Community Benefits Plans, Clean Energy Demonstration Planning. We are experts in community engagement, workforce development, DEIA, and Justice 40. We have technical experts that have been a part of many DOE proposal submissions and projects.

Brief Description of Capabilities: We help write, strategize, and implement community benefits plans for proposals and projects and can help develop community engagement strategies. We provide planning and strategy for successful government-funded projects. Our experts are familiar with federal regulations, budgeting, and compliance.

Area of Interest: Partnering for Community Benefits, Successful Demonstration Planning, Project Reporting, and other aspects from proposal preparation through project completion
Website: www.fedsprout.com

Email: ashah@fedsprout.com

Phone: 3233634459

Address: 76 PETTIT PL, PRINCETON, NJ, 08540, United States
NJ
 PSE Healthy EnergyAna McPhail, PhDSenior Scientist Non-Profit Sustainability  If PSE collaborates with an engineering firm for the WASTE: Waste Analysis and Strategies for Transportation End-uses funding opportunity, we could make a very strong proposal for working with communities to advance their waste management strategies and provide sustainable public transportation. There are two Topic Areas for this proposal, Topic Area 1 is a feasibility study for a local community, Topic Area 2 is for communities that previously completed a feasibility analysis and need help going to the next step, which includes some experimental work (engineering firm), with air quality analysis (PSE). While the proposal is focused on the engineering support for the waste-to-fuel systems, PSE can make a significant contribution through air quality analysis and cumulative burden analysis. Additionally, PSE can provide valuable information for local community partners that goes beyond the initial information needed for future permits. PSE can develop a more holistic approach for communities and local governmental bodies, helping them with community engagement and feedback, and providing resources like decision matrices and factsheets for future waste management and infrastructure decisions. We can emphasize that a key component of effective waste management infrastructure is community engagement and education on waste, and a strong community communication strategy will significantly help local governments prepare for the future permitting and implementation stages of the waste-to-fuel programs.
Website: www.psehealthyenergy.org

Email: regine@psehealthyenergy.org

Phone: 5102440420

Address: 1440 Broadway, Suite 750, Oakland, CA, 94612-2041, United States
CA
 GTI EnergyTekle Fida (PhD)R&D Manager Non-Profit Algae  Extensive industry and academic research background in Microbiology, microalgae, anaerobic digestion, Microbial Genomics and Metabolism, Microbial Physiology and Ecology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Metagenomics, Enzyme Technology, and Biochemistry.
I am interested in micro- and macro-algae growth optimization, nutrient formulation, CO2 capture and delivery, and genetic modification.
GTI has been studying microalgae for over 10 years. we have all the required facilities for microalgae growth and analytical tools. We also have strong networking and relationship with various gas industries in the USA.
Website: https://www.gti.energy

Email: tfida@gti.energy

Phone: 18477680633

Address: 1700 South Mount prospect road, Des Plaines, IL, 60018, United States
IL
 Evolution ResourcesNate FranciscoOwner Small Business Feedstocks Resource Recovery and Conversion of Waste StreamsEvolution Resources focuses on extracting valuable resources from discarded materials and converting them into renewable fuels, contributing to both environmental sustainability and economic growth. Our innovative approach not only reduces the burden on fossil fuels and landfills but also provides significant economic advantages to local governments, waste haulers, and taxpayers. At Evolution, we firmly believe that genuine environmental stewardship must be intrinsically tied to economic viability.

Evolution Resources staff have experience developing feasibility studies, project budgets, project financing, as well as fostering relationships with private, non-profit, and governmental stakeholders. In addition to project development capabilities, Evolution Resources comes with 30+ years of combined experience completing, commissioning, and operating solid waste projects and activities. This perspective helps provide a pragmatic approach to project development and ensure long-term success.
Website: https://www.linkedin.com/company/evolution-resources-llc/posts/?feedView=all

Email: nate@evolutionresources.org

Phone: (208)670-5777

Address: 397 W 100 S, Burley, ID, 83318, United States
ID
 Louisiana Native Guard AssociationMelvin M L McElwee, Sr.President Non-Profit Sustainability Landfill RevitalizationThe President is an undergraduate in Civil & Environmental Engineering, with 35 years of construction and project management experience. Currently pursuing a Master of Science Management - Project Management at Troy University's Sorrell College of Business, with the goal of obtaining a Doctorial Degree in Sustainability.
Website: //www

Email: lanativeguardassociation@gmail.com

Phone: 3344495056

Address: P O Box 1348, Independence, LA, 70443, United States
LA
 quasar energy grouoYEBO LIChief Science and Innovation Officer Small Business Biomass Processing Waste to energy facilityQuasar energy group (quasar) is a Cleveland, Ohio-based renewable energy and organics management firm specializing in the deployment of sustainable technology solutions in agricultural, municipal and industrial applications. We design, build, and operate anaerobic digesters in a variety of industries. Our team has extraordinary expertise in the design, construction, operation, and sustainability of anaerobic digester technology and its implementation in various settings. We will bring our expertise and partner to the team. We currently building 11 new renewable natural gas facilities in the midwest ( average tank size is 3 million gallons). We also have several federal grants to explore new technologies for producing higher-value products with the anaerobic digestion platform and decarbonization of waste conversion technologies.
Website: quasareg.com

Email: yli@quasareg.com

Phone: 3302347358

Address: 8600 E Pleasant Valley Road, Independence, OH, 43065, United States
OH
 Cascade Biocatalysts Inc.James WeltzCSO Small Business Biomass Processing BiocatalysisCascade Biocatalysts is commercializing our Body Armor for Enzymes, a novel enzyme immobilization platform that makes enzymes rugged, reliable, and long lasting for use in sustainable chemical manufacturing. While we specialize in enzyme immobilization, we have capabilities and expertise in biocatalysis more broadly. Therefore, anyone interested in using enzymes in their chemical process should reach out, as we can help improve the productivity and reduce the costs of enzymes in diverse biocatalytic processes.
Website: https://www.cascadebiocatalysts.com/

Email: james@cascadebiocatalysts.com

Phone: 2152088398

Address: 3960 Niagara St, STE B, Denver, CO, 80207, United States
CO
 RIED Inc.Matt MasonFounder - CEO Small Business Integrated Biorefineries waste management recycling alternative energy renewablesRIED is an independent consulting and corporate development firm dedicated to harnessing new technologies to enhance efficiencies, reduce costs, and to increase the economic and societal value of important enterprises. RIED provides evaluation, design, and implementation of novel technologies, with a current focus within the following industries: energy, transportation, healthcare, industrial/commercial real estate, agriculture, waste processing, recycling, and commercial / industrial redevelopment projects. RIED identifies and integrates site locations, new technologies, federal/state/local incentives, as well as financing programs. This integration provides a competitive edge for RIED clients while maximizing environmental protections & economic development.

Alternative Energy
Renewables
Waste management & recycling
Technology Research & Review
Commercial & Industrial Development
Website: riedinc.com

Email: info@riedinc.com

Phone: 20150004083

Address: 82 Beacon Ave, Jersey City, NJ, 07306, United States
NJ
 US Energy AssociationSarah M BlanfordDeputy Program Director Non-Profit Project, Finance & Regulatory Management Topic Area 2USEA has a proven record of being a trustworthy, impartial partner on a wide variety of energy matters. We are a non-lobbying, non-partisan, not-for-profit association of public and private energy-related organizations and stakeholders who represent the entirety of the energy sector. The organization has roughly 150 members (domestic and international) who represent government, and policymakers, utilities and regulators, equipment manufacturers, non-profits, think tanks, educational institutions, consulting firms, trade associations, research institutions, and private sector partners including Fortune 500 companies. USEA represents the broad interests of the energy sector by increasing the understanding of energy issues, both domestically and internationally.

Mission: USEA’s mission is to promote the sustainable supply, access, and use of affordable, modern, and reliable energy to ensure the greatest benefit for all. This is achieved through two pillars of equal importance: (1) USEA serves as a resource, by convening energy stakeholders to share policy, scientific, and technological information to foster the advancement of the entire energy sector; (2) Internationally, USEA promotes energy development by expanding access to safe, affordable, sustainable, and environmentally acceptable energy in partnership with the U.S. Government.

Core Competencies:

USG Program Implementation & Management: USEA has implemented and managed over 40 U.S. government cooperative agreements and contracts, including USDOE, USAID, USDOS, and USTDA, amounting to over $300 M. Programs focus on delivery of short-term technical assistance and targeted capacity building both within the United States and in emerging and developing economies.

Facilitate Knowledge-Sharing: USEA has over 30 years of experience engaging recognized energy experts to provide consultation, analysis, and cooperation at conferences, forums, and public briefings. USEA has leveraged this network for knowledge-sharing numerous times, recruiting technical or policy experts as needed.

Build Capacity: USEA’s capacity-building activities support electric utilities, driving concrete advances contributing to overall growth, development, climate action, and sustainability. For decades, USEA has played a crucial role in fostering an enabling environment within the power sector, enhancing the knowledge, skills, and capacities of individuals, organizations, and institutions.
Website: www.usea.org

Email: sblanford@usea.org

Phone: 2023121239

Address: 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 550, Mailbox 142, Delmar Ny, DC, 12054, United States
DC
 The Process Group LLCJohn ReardonCEO/ Senior Principal Engineer Small Business Integrated Biorefineries Waste to Biofuel/ DOE-NOI-0003072The Process Group (TPGEngineers.com) has expertise in process engineering, chemical engineering, unit operations and scale-up. TPG's mission is to help foster an economically viable energy transition through rigorous, thoughtful process design. TPG strives to provide value-added process engineering services for clients who wish to ensure project success with a clear process design and definition

TPG has subject matter experts in the areas of biomass gasification, syngas cleanup, fuel cell grade hydrogen purification, CO2 capture, CO2 utilization (CO2 to methanol). TPG can deliver TEA with case studies and sensitivity studies and value engineering to optimize return on investment. We have developed process models for biomass gasification, syngas to hydrogen, and CO2 to methanol for others. TPG is capable of independent development of AACE Class 4, 5 capital cost estimates at affordable rates using AspenPlus(TM). We can do AACE Class 3 estimates under teaming arrangements with subcontract design specialists. TPG is a founding partner in a biogenic CO2 to methanol technology development company.

TPG is seeking community partners interested in converting waste to biofuels, including methanol. We wish to partner with Methanol-to-Jet platforms providers to provide a complete solution for green waste to SAF.
Website: https://tpgengineers.com/

Email: jreardon@tpgengineers.com

Phone: 5152319255

Address: 18336 Edison Ave Suite 106, O'Fallon, MO, 63367, United States
MO
 Texas Tech UniversityYimin LuAssistant Professor Academic Feedstocks Supporting communities with completed feasibility studies to advance detailed engineering designs and, in some cases, support the initiation of experimental work and data generation to further define project concepts.- Feedstock handling
- Design optimization of handling equipment (hopper, feeder, solid pump, etc.)
- Flow simulation of granular materials and slurry
- Flow characterization of biomass and solid waste
- Rheological and constitutive modeling
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/yiminlu

Email: yimlu@ttu.edu

Phone: 0

Address: Texas Tech University, Box 41023, Lubbock, TX, 79409-1023, United States
TX
 Texas Tech UniversityYimin LuAssistant Professor Academic Feedstocks Supporting communities’ development of in-depth feasibility analyses of potential waste-to-fuels solutions- Feedstock handling
- Design optimization of handling equipment (hopper, feeder, solid pump, etc.)
- Flow simulation of granular materials and slurry
- Flow characterization of biomass and solid waste
- Rheological and constitutive modeling
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/yiminlu

Email: yimlu@ttu.edu

Phone: 0

Address: Texas Tech University, Box 41023, Lubbock, TX, 79409, United States
TX
 ProcessWerxRachel BurtonSr. Engineer Small Business Feedstocks  At ProcessWerx, our mission is to expand the availability of low-carbon feedstock for advanced biofuels by delivering cutting-edge technologies for waste recovery. We provide efficiently engineered solutions for complex waste and energy challenges. Our team can lead in-depth economic and feasibility analyses for waste-to-energy projects. In addition, ProcessWerx can provide lab-scale and pilot-scale validation for waste-based feedstocks such as Fats, Oils, and Greases (FOG). We also design and build modular technology that has been developed through 20+ years of real-world research, development, and optimization. Our technology portfolio encompasses a fully integrated approach to FOG recovery and wastewater treatment with scalable process modules. Our team has over 20 years of experience in process engineering, systems integration, operations and project management, regulatory compliance, and mechanical fabrication. With over 25 completed projects in 17 states, ProcessWerx provides multi-faceted industry expertise to execute large capital projects at various scales.
Website: https://processwerx.com

Email: rachel@processwerx.com

Phone: 540-808-0753

Address: 125 N. Main Street, Suite 500-120, Blacksburg, VA, 24060, United States
VA
 EXP Energy Services, Inc.Jeff RaunSenior Environmental Project Manager Large Business Project, Finance & Regulatory Management Topic Area 1 and 2EXP Energy Services, Inc. (EXP) is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm with over 4,200 employees in the U.S. and Canada. With service capabilities across the built and human environments, our energy teams have strong expertise in helping Clients achieve goals ranging from carbon management to sustainable energy production from source to end-use. Our teams include experts in permitting and environmental analysis, waste management, sustainable fuels production, technology, engineering, and project development.

EXP is currently supporting the Future Energy Park (Alberta, CA), which will be North America's largest carbon negative Renewable Natural Gas and ethanol project. As an innovative clean energy project connecting key agriculture and energy sectors, the Future Energy Park is an integrated biofuels facility which will produce bioethanol through the distillation of low-grade wheat feedstock and pipeline quality RNG through the anaerobic digestion of wheat stillage feedstock (by-product of the bioethanol process). As a prime consultant, EXP is leading key regulatory applications, regulatory consultation and technical review, as well as geotechnical, civil engineering, and architecture.

For the Port of Seattle, EXP completed a feasibility study on diverting municipal solid waste to a future sustainable fuel production facility, evaluating potential waste-to-fuel technologies, waste suitability, financial analysis, and equity and social justice components for waste-derived-fuel use in air and ground transportation within the Port region.

If you are interested in this opportunity but don't have the time or expertise to develop an application, we can help. In addition to technical consulting services upon successful project award, our front-end services may include Funding Opportunity Announcement application development support, application phase coordination and management, and technical support to help advance your concept into a project. We look forward to discussing your needs and helping meet your community's goals from initial application through final project development.
Website: www.exp.com

Email: jeff.raun@exp.com

Phone: 907-227-4061

Address: 725 E. Fireweed Lane, Anchorage, AK, 99503, United States
AK
 GTI EnergyTekle Fida (PhD)R&D Manager Non-Profit Biomass Processing  Have required laboratory facilities, years of experience in bioenergy, strong collaboration with minority serving organizations and community members, and experienced team of expertise.
We have dedicated laboratory for biogas production and upgrading, food waste anaerobic digestion experiments, microalgae experimentation for bioenergy production, and dedicated laboratory for biological and Chemmal/gas analytical services.
Website: https://www.gti.energy

Email: tfida@gti.energy

Phone: 18477680633

Address: 1700 South Mount prospect road, Des Plaines, IL, 60018, United States
IL
 Siemens Corporation, TechnologyTsz Ling Elaine TangSenior Key Expert Large Business Sustainability 2Background: Digital twin modeling

Interest: Supporting modeling & simulation activities of component / process design

Capabilities:

-Multi-physics or AI-based component design / system simulation (e.g. heat transfer, flow, reaction modeling)
-Process digital twin and simulation
-Reduced order model
-Model calibration
-Design space exploration and optimization
Website: www.siemens.com

Email: tszling.tang@siemens.com

Phone: 609-865-8745

Address: 755 College Road East, Princeton, NJ, 08540-6632, United States
NJ
 ProcessWerxRachel BurtonSr. Engineer Small Business Feedstocks  At ProcessWerx, our mission is to expand the availability of low-carbon feedstock for advanced biofuels by delivering cutting-edge technologies for waste recovery. We provide efficiently engineered solutions for complex waste and energy challenges. Our team can lead in-depth economic and feasibility analyses for waste-to-energy projects. In addition, ProcessWerx can provide lab-scale and pilot-scale validation for waste-based feedstocks such as Fats, Oils, and Greases (FOG). We also design and build modular technology that has been developed through 20+ years of real-world research, development, and optimization. Our technology portfolio encompasses a fully integrated approach to FOG recovery and wastewater treatment with scalable process modules. Our team has over 20 years of experience in process engineering, systems integration, operations and project management, regulatory compliance, and mechanical fabrication. With over 25 completed projects in 17 states, ProcessWerx provides multi-faceted industry expertise to execute large capital projects at various scales.
Website: https://processwerx.com

Email: rachel@processwerx.com

Phone: 540-808-0753

Address: 125 N. Main Street, Suite 500-120, Blacksburg, VA, 24060, United States
VA
 The Water Research Foundation (WRF)Jeff MoellerResearch Unit Leader Non-Profit Sustainability Topic Area 1 (Feasibility Studies) or Topic Area 2 (Detailed Engineering Design)The Water Research Foundation (WRF) is the leading research organization advancing the science of all water to meet the evolving needs of its subscribers and the water sector. Our Foundation represents nearly 1,000 water and wastewater utility subscribers and hosts an online research library of more than 2,300 projects valued at $700 million. WRF’s mission is to advance the science of water to improve the quality of life for all communities. WRF identifies, prioritizes, funds, manages, and communicates research that address the most pressing needs of the water sector in an integrated and holistic manner.

In relation to this FOA, WRF is interested in the development of planning and strategies for utilizing municipal wastewater sludge as a feedstock for various transportation fuel end products. WRF is also interested in mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs), as well as promoting resource recovery from wastewater to support a circular economy.

WRF is capable of supporting projects of interest that align with its mission through utility partnering and engagement (with our nearly 1,000 water and wastewater utility subscribers), expert project technical review (via our staff and a Project Advisory Committee of national experts), report publication (via our in house publishing arm), outreach (e.g., quarterly magazine, e-newsletters, social media, etc.), technology transfer (e.g., workshops, webcasts, etc.), and other activities.
Website: www.waterrf.org

Email: jmoeller@waterrf.org

Phone: 5713842104

Address: 1199 N. Fairfax St., Suite 900, Alexandria, VA, 22314, United States
VA
 University of MarylandStephanie LansingProfessor Academic Biomass Processing Anaerobic Digestion, MSW, Food wasteDr. Stephanie Lansing is a Professor in the Department of Environmental Science & Technology at the University of Maryland. Dr. Lansing serves as a Vice Chair of the Maryland Food Systems Resiliency Council and was the 2022 President of the American Ecological Engineering Society. She leads the Bioenergy and Bioprocessing Laboratory at the University of Maryland, focusing on biocircular economy, anaerobic digestion, bioplastic formation, antimicrobial resistance, nanotechnology, gasification, environmental justice, and nutrient management. She has 20 years of experience in renewable energy research, extension education, and sustainability analyses of waste to energy systems. She has published more than 70 journal articles, given over 200 presentations, and currently manages $15 million (USD) in research funding from national and international agencies.
Website: https://agnr.umd.edu/about/directory/stephanie-lansing

Email: slansing@umd.edu

Phone: 3014051197

Address: 1429 Animal Science/Ag Engineering Building, College Park, MD, 20742, United States
MD
 Galli Engineering, PCRichard GalliPresident Small Business Biomass Processing EngineersAnaerobic Digestion & Renewable Energy
Galli Engineering is a leader in Dry Digestion technology to treat organic wastes with varying composition such as the organic fraction of municipal solids waste. In addition, further attention on the relation between feedstock composition, organic loading rate, and mixing regimes is required for continuous dry anaerobic digestion systems. Dry Digestion technology is attractive for treatment of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) and agricultural wastes (AW). Anaerobic Digestion (AD) is a series of biological processes in which micro organisms break down biodegradable waste in the absence of oxygen to produce renewable energy. Large amounts of waste, including livestock manure, municipal wastewater solids, food waste, industrial wastewater and residuals, fats, oils, grease, and various other organic waste streams avoid getting dumped into landfills. Once processed, this waste is converted into biogas which can be used as a fuel to generate electricity, or further processed into renewable natural gas and transportation fuel.

Anaerobic treatment facility
Anaerobic treatment is typically utilized to treat warm, high-strength industrial wastewater containing high concentrations of biodegradable organic matter. This energy-efficient process reliably removes biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), and total suspended solids (TSS) from wastewater.

Anaerobic processes use substantially less energy, require less chemicals, and incur lower sludge handling costs compared to aerobic treatment options. In addition, the biogas produced in the anaerobic process is a source of renewable energy that can be used to displace fossil fuels such as oil or natural gas, or to generate electricity.

Sustainable & Renewable Energy Design
Doing so can also improve financial sustainability and competitiveness by increasing efficiency. GE Sustainable Design and Environmental Management staff design and evaluate places, products and services that reduce use of non-renewable resources, minimize impacts and create lasting and vibrant communities.

Energy Efficiency & Energy Systems
Renewable and /or conservation energy solutions may include solar photovoltaics, solar thermal technology, geothermal HVAC supplementation, wind turbine electrical production, rainwater collection and utilization, grey water reclamation, building automation, daylighting and passive solar irradiation capture.
Website: www.gallieng.com

Email: rgalli@gallieng.com

Phone: 631-271-9292

Address: 35 Pinelawn Rioad, Suite 209E, Melville, NY, 11747, United States
NY
 Colorado State UniversityDavid QuirozResearch Scientist Academic Sustainability  Our current research focuses on integrating systems level modeling with sustainability assessment tools to evaluate the environmental impacts and economic viability of technologies. We have expertise in modeling biofuel pathways including waste-to-energy systems, life cycle assessment, techno-economic analysis, and resource assessment. Current capabilities at CSU include the ability to conduct concurrent economic and environmental impact assessment, multi-scale modeling, multi objective optimization, and uncertainty analysis.
Website: https://www.engr.colostate.edu/laboratories/srl/people/

Email: david.quiroz_nuila@colostate.edu

Phone: (970) 491-3587

Address: 430 N College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO, 80524, United States
CO
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Project, Finance & Regulatory Management  We assist firms to complete their grant application:

1. Project management of grant applications from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and SAM.gov
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation
Website: https://www.loansgrantshelp.com/

Email: loansgrants@outlook.com

Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
TX
 Nodal PowerBryan BlackCEO Small Business Infrastructure Waste to Energy MicrogridsNodal Power is a newer company at the forefront of developing infrastructure at small and rural landfills across the U.S. for beneficial use projects. We have already developed the world's first off-grid landfill gas to energy facility powering a datacenter. We are exploring new ways to integrate EV charging and other virtual options for the transportation sector.

As a team, we have 30 years collective experience in electric utilities, Internet Of Things (IOT), power plant development, landfill gas to power development, and datacenter technology. We are currently exploring new ways to not only create beneficial use projects for smaller landfills, but to adapt to the change in landfill practice and organics diversion.
Website: nodalpower.com

Email: bryan@nodalpower.com

Phone: 801-310-8151

Address: 250 E. 200 S., Suite 310, Salt Lake City, UT, 84111, United States
UT
 Green Fortress Engineering, Inc.Peter SchubertCEO Small Business Biomass Processing Biomass to tar-free syngasGreen Fortress Engineering is the sole source for advanced conversion technology called Indirectly-Heated Pyrolytic Gasification (I-HPG). At sufficiently high temperature, all organic compounds are reduced to simple molecules, which means the syngas is tar-free. The syngas is used in a SI-ICE genset to produce electric power, one-third of which is needed for self-sufficiency. This means that, once started, a I-HPG system runs continuously, producing baseload power. This is of great interest to a WWTP operation which requires around-the-clock electric power. A I-HPG system running on de-watered sludge (below 40% moisture) is scalable in size, reduce electricity bills, greatly reduce the volume of waste, and thereby provide multiple benefits to a facility. GFE is interested to partner with integrators to help dovetail our technology into a holistic solution portfolio.
Website: www.lugarenergycenter.org

Email: greenfortressengineering@gmail.com

Phone: 6304707797

Address: 517 Worth Ct, Carmel, IN, 46202, United States
IN
 WT Partners, LLCWilliam ThaiManaging Director Small Business Infrastructure AllAdvisory, management, and grant writing services for Utilities, Clean Energy Technology companies, non-profits, and consulting firms.
Website: https://wtpartners.us/

Email: wthai@wtpartners.us

Phone: 9499434554

Address: 8911 Laureate Boulevard, Orlando, FL, 32827, United States
FL
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