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 Global Emissionairy, LLCBen Devine, P.E.Vice President | Engineering Small Business Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) DE-FOA-0003219 FY24 Energy and Emissions Intensive IndustriesBackground: As a private LLC in the voluntary carbon market, we specialize in developing and commercializing sustainable construction materials, including low carbon asphalt. Our approach combines carbon finance, innovative material formulations, and educational initiatives for DOTs, engineers, and contractors to promote low-carbon technologies.

Interest: We are committed to sustainable infrastructure and emission reduction in the construction sector. Participating in this FOA aligns with our mission to collaborate with partners for a sustainable future. We aim to explore, select, and integrate technologies and methodologies to enhance environmental benefits of sustainable materials, fostering their commercialization and scalability.

Capabilities: Our expertise covers the full lifecycle of sustainable material development, from R&D to implementation, marked by significant emission reductions through proprietary technologies and educational outreach. We've developed a novel carbon emission reduction methodology for cold recycled asphalt, leading to substantial CO2e reductions with ambitious future targets.

Conclusion: As leaders in the voluntary carbon market, we offer insights into the benefits of sustainable materials, evidenced by our impactful projects. We seek teaming partners for this FOA to scale innovative solutions and drive sector-wide change.
Website: https://globalemissionairy.com/

Email: ben@globalemissionairy.com

Phone: 4436163010

Address: PO Box 6, Phoenix, MD, 21131, United States
MD
 The McGhee CorporationPriana McGheeCEO Small Business Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Smart Glass ManufacturingOur scientific approach not only addresses the immediate technical challenges but also lays the foundation for a sustainable competitive advantage for our company. By pioneering advancements in smart glass technology, we can offer superior products that outperform existing solutions in terms of performance, durability, and affordability. This, in turn, will position us as a leader in the rapidly growing smart glass market, driving revenue growth and market expansion while contributing to a more sustainable future
Website: www.themcgheecorp.org

Email: pmcghee@themcgheecorporation.org

Phone: 5127847550

Address: 5216 Holly Street, Bellaire, TX, 77041, United States
TX
 Eighth Generation Consulting, LLCSaxon MetzgerProfessor - Lead Consultant Small Business Solar Decommissioning and Circularity InitiativesExpert at leading primary grant applications as well as for providing teaming partner support with our experience in community benefits for indigenous people, education and workforce development efforts, and solar and storage decommissioning and circularity experience.

Our current remaining package includes the necessary stakeholders to perform this research, with letters of support as well as full plans for the development of a project advisory committee composed of experts and stakeholders to provide support, direction, and review of input and output from this research proposal. Our teaming package includes the Osage Nation owned Eighth Generation Consulting, with graduate professors from NYU and Wilmington University possessing published research and presentation experience. Our team has earned recognition by the COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference for it’s Sustainability Planning and indigenous collaboration and research, one with extensive experience as a Sustainability Vice Chair and a mentor for indigenous students with the American Indian Science and Education Society as well as earning the title of Chief Librarian of the International Center for MultiGenerational Legacies of Trauma (ICMGLT), which holds special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Our skills also encompass work on software and hardware, assisting organizations such as the Louisiana State University (“LSU”) College of Business, LSU Cybersecurity Clinic, and TryHackMe with the development of large-scale application and technology infrastructure deployments, in service of over 2 million total end users. In addition, we've developed over 50 hours of video training footage and hands-on cloud security laboratories, with extensive experience developing Artificial Intelligence (“AI”)-assisted applications.

Community Benefit Planning is also now a required tasks for many proposals to U.S. federal funding solicitation as per Executive Order 14008 which declared 40% of all federal investments in the areas of clean energy and energy efficiency; clean transit; affordable and sustainable housing; training and workforce development; the remediation and reduction of legacy pollution; and the development of critical clean water infrastructure flow to disadvantaged communities (DAC). This is known as the Justice40 Initiative. Guidance and input from experts is needed to brainstorm and execute community engagement.
Website: https://www.8thgenconsulting.com/

Email: saxonmetzger@gmail.com

Phone: 6184345684

Address: 2501 CHATHAM RD STE R., SPRINGFIELD, IL, 62704, United States
IL
 Argonne National Laboratory - Systems Assessment Center (SAC)Michael WangDirector, Systems Assessment Center Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Cross-Cutting Topic Area 1: Decarbonizing Chemicals and Fuels; Topic Area 2: Decarbonizing Iron and Steel; Topic Area 4: Decarbonizing Building and Infrastructure Materials (Cement, Concrete, Asphalt, and Glass); and Topic Area 5: Decarbonizing Forest ProductsArgonne’s SAC group has developed the R&D GREET® model (Greenhouse gas, Regulated Emissions, and Energy use in Transportation) to determine the life-cycle environmental impacts of energy, materials, and technologies. Through GREET, we help stakeholders identify major contributors to their product’s environmental impacts and understand the options to mitigate them. Our analysis helps facilities reduce the environmental footprint of their materials, products, and technologies on multiple counts, be it carbon emissions, water use, or local pollutant emissions (PM10, PM2.5, and NOX). We have the capability to understand the impacts of a wide range of products, including various fuels, petrochemicals, chemicals, metals (including iron and steel, and aluminum), plastics, wood and forest products, and building/infrastructure materials (such as cement, concrete, asphalt, and glass). Additionally, we can also compare and analyze the benefits and challenges (from an environmental perspective) of companies’ proposed technologies to produce a certain material over that from conventional processing technologies.
Website: https://greet.es.anl.gov/

Email: mwang@anl.gov

Phone: (630) 252-2819

Address: 9700 S Cass Ave, Lemont, IL, 60439, United States
IL
 Algenesis CorporationRyan SimkovskyCTO Small Business Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Conversion of Biomass to BioproductsAlgenesis Materials is a biomaterials company with a mission to replace petroleum plastics with renewable and biodegradable plastics made from algae and other sustainable photosynthetic sources. We were founded in 2016 based on research funded by the DOE at UCSD, and have focused on developing polyester polyurethanes (PU) for use in high value applications, including footwear, outdoor equipment, furniture, and plastic accessories. Through DOE-funded grants, we have the ability and equipment at pre-pilot scales (10 – 100 kg per year, now scaling to tons per year) to convert sugars and/or oils derived from algae, seaweeds, or plants to PUs, including thermoset and thermoplastic polyurethanes. We have commercial partners in numerous manufacturing markets (footwear, fabrics, furniture, and accessories) who are willing to use these PUs for manufacturing consumer products.

We are interested in partnering with biomass production groups to offtake waste streams that include unsaturated fatty acids and/or sugars. We are generally agnostic to the source of the biomass and are capable of working with any of the crops listed for the DOE FOA, including algae, energy crops, wastewater streams, or any other sustainable or photosynthetic biomass.
Website: https://www.algenesismaterials.com/

Email: rsimkovsky@algenesismaterials.com

Phone: 6173596841

Address: 11760 Sorrento Valley Rd., Suite J, San Diego, CA, 92121, United States
CA
 MxDFederico Sciammarella Ph.D.CTO Non-Profit Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial)  MxD advances national security and economic prosperity by strengthening U.S. manufacturing competitiveness through technology innovation, workforce development, and cybersecurity preparedness. We convene an ecosystem to solve critical manufacturing challenges by accelerating digital adoption, empowering a skilled workforce, and modernizing supply chains. Our focus is on the digital thread, explicitly looking at data through the lens of what needs to be done to gather, contextualize, aggregate, and secure it while ensuring it has the required integrity and is interoperable.

Sustainability is paramount to our future. As such, we are looking to develop the appropriate architectures, data structures, and the necessary equipment to enable carbon accounting across the supply chain. We are looking for partners who want to join us in this space.
Website: www.mxdusa.org

Email: federico.sciammarella@mxdusa.org

Phone: 312-281-6827

Address: 1415 N. CHerry Ave, Chicago, IL, 60642, United States
IL
 CenterPoint EnergyEmma IngebretsenSr. Project Manager Large Business Cross-Cutting  CenterPoint Energy is an energy utility company with gas and electric service in six states. In our Minnesota service territory, where we are a natural gas only utility, we have developed an "Innovation Plan" under Minnesota's Natural Gas Innovation Act, passed at the State Legislature in 2021. The plan is subject to approval by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, and it is currently in the public review process at the PUC. If approved, CenterPoint Energy has proposed several pilot projects that may be relevant to the topics in this FOA. CenterPoint is interested in connecting with technology providers (or other partners) focused on decarbonizing natural gas end uses in industry to discuss potential collaboration on this FOA or otherwise. The Natural Gas Innovation Act allows projects involving the following broad categories of decarbonization approaches: green hydrogen, green ammonia, biogas/renewable natural gas, carbon capture, innovative energy efficiency, and electrification.
Website: www.centerpointenergy.com/ngia

Email: InnovationPlan@centerpointenergy.com

Phone: 6123214417

Address: 505 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN, 55402, United States
MN
 POWER EngineersRob Krumm, Ph.D.Senior Chemical Engineer Large Business Renewable Energy Integration (REI) Decarbonization & FEED EngineeringPOWER Engineers (POWER) is an engineering and environmental consulting firm specializing in integrated solutions for clients in chemicals, renewables and storage, power generation, power delivery, campus energy, oil and gas, and food and beverage industries. Founded in 1976, we’re an employee-owned company with 50 offices and more than 3,900 employees across North America. We are currently ranked #4 in ENR’s Top 10 Food and Beverage Firms (2023) and #17 in Top Chemical Plants (2023).

With the full spectrum of multi-discipline engineering solutions under one roof, we seek to be a sub-recipient on DE-FOA-000321. Our experience includes decarbonization projects, specifically those involving renewable natural gas, hydrogen, and carbon capture technologies. Our portfolio includes the Petra Nova and Broadwing Energy carbon capture plants in Texas, as well as Raven SR’s hydrogen production facility in California. Other clients include Archaea, British Petroleum (BP), and Ameresco.

For projects in this funding announcement, we are particularly interested in Tier-2 and Pre-FEED Studies in the following areas:

1. Decarbonizing Chemicals and Fuels:
a. AOI 1 – Advanced process technologies to convert sustainable feedstocks to hydrocarbon chemicals and fuels. Sustainable feedstocks include waste gases (CO2, CO, CH4), industrial waste products, biomass, recovered plastics, renewable natural gas, and others
b. AOI 2 – Advanced processes for production of non-hydrocarbon products, including nitrogenous and phosphatic fertilizer

3. Decarbonizing Food and Beverage Products:
a. AOI 4 – Energy Input Redistribution in Food and Beverage Processing (i.e., thermal integration)

4. Decarbonizing Building Materials:
a. AOI 2 – Novel Portland cement production processes

6. Pre-FEED Studies:
b. Integration of clean hydrogen into the industrial sector
c. Carbon capture in the industrial sector
d. Integrated processes
Website: www.powereng.com

Email: rob.krumm@powereng.com

Phone: 2085869961

Address: 1032 S. Silverstone Way, Suite 200, Meridian, ID, 83642, United States
ID
 Tanda Biotech CorporationYingqing HuangCEO Incorporated Consortia Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Intensified and continuous bioprocessingTanda Biotech offers cutting-edge filtration technologies, serving as crucial tools for large-scale biofiltration in both upstream and downstream processes. By adopting reusable filters and modular system designs, Tanda's solutions can amplify bioprocessing capacity by two orders of magnitude and eliminate over 90% of plastic filter waste, thereby saving more than 50% in operational expenses and capital expenditures compared to traditional batch processes.

Our innovations facilitate end-to-end continuous bioproduction, eliminating the need for intermediate storage equipment, reducing facility footprint, and enabling advanced process automation.

Our technology represents a significant advancement in tangential and direct flow filtration systems and designs, supporting continuous and intensified fermentation or cell cultures, as well as downstream processing at a large scale.

Founded by industry veterans with a collective experience of over 80 years, Tanda Biotech is headquartered in the Chicago area. We are developing pilot-scale solutions and are keen to support partners with their filtration requirements
Website: www.tandabiotech.com

Email: yhuang@tandabiotech.com

Phone: 3129819888

Address: 1410 WINSTON DR, Buffalo Grove, IL, 60089, United States
IL
 Thornton TomasettiEmily KunkelVice President - Applied Science Large Business Carbon Capture Pre-FEED supportThornton Tomasetti's Applied Science practice is dedicated to reducing emissions from energy and industrial facilities alike, via means like carbon capture, hydrogen fuels, energy storage, electrification, etc. We aim to help facilities understand their options to mitigate or capture CO2 emissions to achieve a more sustainable process and reduce environmental product declarations (EPDs) of the materials they produce. In turn this helps us inform clients that are developing new buildings to understand how they can source low embodied carbon materials produced with CCUS or utilize captured CO2 in building materials. We have expertise in carbon capture technologies, helping our clients identify which technology is the most appropriate for their application (e.g. amine, membranes, etc.) as well as performing technical assessment for integration into the existing facility as part of pre-FEED studies. Together the technical analysis provides a context for lifecycle analysis (LCA) which will determine how effective the new product will be at reducing the facility's Scope 1 emissions and other's Scope 3 emissions. We also provide cost-effectiveness and market analysis to provide case studies for end uses - ensuring expected cost of materials/products are still within price margins for new developments (e.g. "green premium").
Website: https://www.thorntontomasetti.com/capability/carbon-capture-utilization-and-storage-ccus https://www.thorntontomasetti.com/capability/embodied-carbon

Email: ekunkel@thorntontomasetti.com

Phone: 3125962072

Address: Thornton Tomasetti, 600 W. Fulton, Suite 705, Chicago, IL, 60661, United States
IL
 Thornton TomasettiEmily KunkelVice President – Applied Science Large Business Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Material Test PlanningThornton Tomasetti is a world-renowned structural engineering firm that is dedicated to reducing the embodied carbon in the structures we build. This includes reducing carbon in cement, concrete, steel, glass, etc. We seek cutting-edge innovative materials to use in our building structures, today, tomorrow, and in the future. We partner with innovative companies to provide guidance on material test planning from a certified professional engineers (PEs) and structural engineers (SEs) to ensure the best steps are taken to show the material meets code and can be used in a variety of applications. We collaborate with construction contractors, concrete manufactures, precast facilities, etc. to facilitate new materials can be qualified for use in our buildings/applications. By providing guidance on certification tests, long-term duration tests, and planned low-risk demonstration tests, we help get contractors and developers confident in using new products.
Website: https://www.thorntontomasetti.com/capability/embodied-carbon

Email: ekunkel@thorntontomasetti.com

Phone: 3125962072

Address: Thornton Tomasetti, 600 W. Fulton, Suite 705, Chicago, IL, 60661, United States
IL
 SepPure TechnologiesHafiiz OsmanCOO Small Business Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO)  SepPure Technologies is at the forefront of CleanTech innovation, leveraging advanced membrane technology that is resistant to chemicals for industrial applications, particularly in organic solvent nanofiltration (OSN). With a bold mission to replace 10% of the world's distillation processes by 2030, SepPure aims to drastically reduce emissions by 90%, positioning itself as a measurable, tangible, and significant contributor to global carbon reduction targets.

The company seeks partnerships with process plants committed to enhancing energy efficiency and significantly lowering their carbon footprint. It also collaborates with engineering firms to integrate its cutting-edge membrane technology into complex plant engineering projects. SepPure's industrial focus spans across several sectors, including vegetable oil downstream refining, solvent recovery in specialty chemicals, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, oleochemicals, and pioneering new processes that utilize renewable solvents.

SepPure's capabilities are underpinned by its manufacturing facility in Singapore, which has the capacity to produce 3 million meters of hollow fibers annually. This production capability is instrumental in potentially recovering 8 billion liters of solvent each year, underscoring the company's commitment to sustainability and efficiency. Additionally, SepPure operates a facility in Canada dedicated to applications R&D, focusing on North American markets and beyond. The company is notably experienced in process design for vegetable oil refining, highlighting its comprehensive expertise and innovative approach to CleanTech and industrial efficiency.
Website: https://www.seppure.com

Email: hafiiz@seppure.com

Phone: 96809571

Address: 7 North Coast Avenue, #03-65, Singapore, 737664, Singapore
 
 Carbon CleanGlen BaileyVP Partnerships Small Business Carbon Capture Carbon CaptureCarbon Clean is a global leader in post-combustion carbon capture (PCC) solutions for hard-to-abate industries including natural gas turbines, cement, steel, refineries, and energy from waste. Carbon Clean’s technology is in various stages of deployment at 49 sites globally, capturing 2.1Mt CO2 to date. With over a decade of experience designing, building, financing, and operating industrial carbon capture systems, Carbon Clean has 81 active patent assets across 14 patent families covering 32 countries and has developed a fully modular technology CycloneCC™. Carbon Clean is a BNEF Pioneer 2022 company, a Global Cleantech 100 company (for the 4th time), and & in the inaugural PwC Net Zero Future50.

Carbon Clean’s CycloneCC™ uses a novel combination of two proven process intensification technologies: Carbon Clean’s advanced proprietary solvent (APBS-CDRMax®) and rotating packed beds (RPBs). APBS-CDRMax® is based on amine-promoted buffer salt (APBS) technology comprising a blend of amines with promoter and salts, resulting in kinetically fast, high CO2 capture capacity solvent1 for PCC applications.

APBS-CDRMax® solvent is commercially available, having been successfully demonstrated at the Technology Centre Mongstad, Norway and the National Carbon Capture Center, Alabama. ™ may achieve up to 50% smaller physical footprint compared to conventional PSC based on monoethanolamine (MEA) absorption. CAPEX and OPEX may prove to be reduced by up to 50% versus conventional MEA amine plants. Built on a skid mount, the CycloneCC™ unit will be delivered ready to install, minimizing site disruption and safety concerns, adding significant value for space-constrained sites.

Although RPBs have been used in commercial applications since the 1960s, use in post-combustion CO2 capture represents a new application. APBS-CDRMax® solvent is fed into the RPB absorber through the inner radius and flows to the outer radius, while the CO2 rich flue gas stream flows from the outer radius and toward the inner radius. Rotation of the RPB around a central axis generates a centrifugal force that is significantly greater than the gravitational force seen in conventional packed bed columns. As a result, the liquid films and droplets created in an RPB are remarkably thinner than those formed in conventional columns, which increases the surface area to volume ratio of the liquid. This results in faster mass transfer and better mass and heat transfer efficiency.
Website: https://www.carbonclean.com/

Email: glen.bailey@carbonclean.com

Phone: 5126346435

Address: 4201 Main Street, Houston, TX, 77002, United States
TX
 The Ohio State UniversityVM BalasubramaniamProfessor of food engineering Academic Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Decarbonizing Food and Beverage ProductsDr. V.M. Balasubramaniam (Bala) is a Professor of Food Engineering at The Ohio State University, College of Food Ag Env Sciences, Department of Food Science and Technology, Department of Food Agricultural and Biological Engineering. His current research interest include development of various innovative sustainable advanced food processing and sanitation technologies.
Website: https://u.osu.edu/foodsafetyeng/

Email: balasubramaniam.1@osu.edu

Phone: 6142662760

Address: 2015 Fyffe Court, Columbus, OH, 43210, United States
OH
 Utah Hydrogen Products, LLC (An SCS Energy Project)Gina AsheChief Strategy Officer Incorporated Consortia Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Decarbonization of Hydrogen and Agriculture Chemicals ProductionFertilizer, cement and steel manufacturers have contributed heavily to the emission of greenhouse gases, because they historically use combustion technologies (burning coal, natural gas and oil) in their manufacturing processes.

Utah Hydrogen Products (UHP) is a new manufacturing facility in Utah that will produce over 2 million tons of ultra-low emissions fertilizer products from clean hydrogen for sale to the US agriculture industry each year. UHP technologies deliver a dramatic reduction in CO2 emissions, 85% lower than new, stringent federal targets for clean hydrogen and 50% lower than current standards for hydrogen production.

As part of UHP's manufacturing process, UHP technology uses renewable power to generate clean hydrogen from traditional carbon-rich feedstock sthrough steam-driven gasification technology not combustion. Hydrogen is a key input into the fertilizer end-products. UHP also employs full carbon capture and sequestration technologies, advancing the nation's efforts to rapidly de-carbonize heavy industry.
Website: n/a

Email: ginaashe1@gmail.com

Phone: 9785010869

Address: 30 Bolton Rd, Harvard, MA, 01451, United States
MA
 Oak Ridge National LaboratoryKris VillezSenior R&D Staff Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technologies Office (AMMTO) Automation and Optimization, Digital twins, Artificial IntelligenceKris Villez is an expert in process automation and control and focused on use of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and physical modelling for the purpose of process optimization.

Application areas of interest:
- Energy and resource efficiency maximization in manufacturing
- Water treatment and water power

Capabilities:
- Lead interdisciplinary projects
- Expert programmer (Matlab, Python, R)
- Profound knowledge and skills in applied data analytics and artificial intelligence
Website: https://www.ornl.gov/staff-profile/kris-villez

Email: villezk@ornl.gov

Phone: 8659732999

Address: 1 Bethel Valley Road, Knoxville, TN, 37830, United States
TN
 University of Michigan-DearbornCheol LeeAssociate Professor Academic Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Topic Area 3: Decarbonizing Food and Beverage Products and Topic Area 5: Decarbonizing Forest ProductsOur multidisciplinary team specializes in modeling/simulation, soft-sensing, and on-line control of food-drying processes. We integrate our high-fidelity process simulations with real-time data, thus pioneering ‘on-demand optimal drying’, a new control paradigm designed to enable agricultural communities to swiftly adapt to fluctuating market conditions and run their drying operations in the most cost-effective and eco-friendly way. Our team was awarded a nearly $1.2 million grant from USDA, aimed at propelling our efforts to develop next-generation modeling and control tools for the drying process. We possess a robust combination of expertise, including computational fluid dynamics (CFD), model reduction for real-time simulation, advanced control, and food safety/quality.
Website: https://sites.google.com/umich.edu/cheol

Email: cheol@umich.edu

Phone: 313-593-5000

Address: 4901 Evergreen Road, Dearborn, MI, 48128, United States
MI
 FedsproutAalap ShahPresident and CEO Small Business Cross-Cutting Clean Hydrogen and Carbon Capture: 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. 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
 Integrated Dynamics, Inc.Niranjan KulkarniFounder Incorporated Consortia Bioenergy Green hydrogen and Biogenic CO2 from Biomass/Food WasteIntegrated Dynamics, Inc. is developing a novel fermentation technology to rapidly convert biomass and food waste into green hydrogen and carbon dioxide. This technology allows organic waste to be diverted from landfills and standard methanogenic fermenters while creating valuable gas commodities serving as the ideal feedstock for further downstream sustainable material and fuel development. The company is searching for potential partners in its application to FY24 Energy and Emissions Intensive Industries FOA Topic 1 subtopics 1, 2, and 3. These partners will typically possess the ability to create sustainable downstream molecules from green hydrogen and biogenic co2.
Website: https://www.linkedin.com/company/integrated-dynamics/

Email: nkulkarni@int-dyn.com

Phone: 2243368299

Address: 308 E Green St, Apt 903C, Champaign, IL, 61820, United States
IL
 Numerical Advisory Solutions, LLCBristol HartlageSr. Director, Business Development Small Business Nuclear  We apply our customized tools, technologies, experience, and capabilities to thoroughly evaluate unique challenges to create and deliver high-value solutions for design, engineering, operations, maintenance, and construction that are theoretically sound, technically solid, practical, safe, and experience-based.
Our internally developed software suite provides real world modeling and simulations which can be specialized and customized as needed to meet our clients’ needs. Our client solution cutting edge techniques also include integration of AI, Machine Learning, and Digital Twins, as well as statistical uncertainty evaluations. Beyond our technology, our extensive industry knowledge supports comprehensive solutions.
We combine high-level client strategies and goals with appropriate tools and technical rigor to resolve the most complex, multi-faceted issues that others simply can’t. Our responsiveness, creative solutions, expertise, and complex problem analysis have resulted in significant cost savings, higher design margins, operational flexibility, efficiency improvements, reduced reactive maintenance, increased reliability, technology integration, resource optimization, and so much more for our clients’ success since the 1980’s.

INDUSTRIES we currently serve:
• Power - nuclear, thermal, renewables
• Decarbonization and Energy Transition - industrial steam/heat, hydrogen production, solar, wind, biomass, biofuels and carbon capture
• Chemical/Petrochemical/Pharmaceutical
• Cybersecurity
• Additional energy-related industries such as: Liquified Natural Gas, Refining, Industrial, Food and Beverage, Agricultural Processing
Website: www.numerical.com

Email: hartlageb@numerical.com

Phone: 9196537657

Address: 200 Regency Forest Dr., Ste. 330, Cary, NC, 27518, United States
NC
 Southwest Research InstituteEloyFlores Non-Profit Cross-Cutting Cross Cutting Process Development ServicesSwRI operates as an accountable, independent, and not-for-profit R&D organization through single-client or multi-client programs, task order contracts, and basic ordering agreements. We can effectively become your company’s off-site research and development department. In short, we can function as a prime, subcontractor, or team member, and we can customize contracts for a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program or an 8A set-aside contractor. We offer a variety of contractual options for clients in the industry as well as working alongside government entities.

Our current and past work alongside capabilities with respect to this FOA include but are not limited to:
- Lab to pilot scale process development
- Circulating/fixed fluidized bed reactors for efficient thermochemical conversions and catalyst recycling
- Catalytic cracking, hydrocracking, hydrodeoxygenation, isomerization, selective hydrogenation and Fischer-Tropsch for synfuel production with conditions upto 3250 psig and 1500 °F with a 250 SCHF hydrogen flow (renewable gasoline, diesel and SAF)
- Pertinent separation and purification methods including scaled-up continuous distillations
- Renewable and unconventional feedstock conversion to fuels and chemicals (plastics, biomass, wastewater) via pyrolysis, gasification, fermentation and other processing methods
- Direct decarbonization of methane, novel CO2 capture, CO2 conversion to fuels and chemicals, graphene production
- Process development scale-up and pilot plants for fuel and chemical production technologies
- Sustainable materials and additives extraction and refining for steel, cement and plastics

We also offer process design and development, specialized analytical testing, pilot plant training/design/build/operation/safety HAZOP and more. SwRI occupies 1,500 acres, providing more than 2.4 million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, workshops, and offices for more than 3,100 employees who perform contract work for government and industry clients.

If you have a process that requires integrated scaling-up or technological advancements through a healthy collaboration, feel free to contact us.
Website: https://www.swri.org/industries/process-engineering-fuels

Email: eloy.flores@swri.org

Phone: 210-522-2547

Address: 6220 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 Armstrong International, Inc.Kyle HigginbothamDirector of Sales and Marketing - NA Large Business Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Energy efficiency through waste heat recoveryAt Armstrong, we call waste heat the elephant in the room of thermal decarbonization. The primary energy that enters a facility does not disappear, it ends up exiting the plant through stacks or down the drain. On average, half of primary energy is wasted in industry. This is “free energy” that can be put back into the process. There are many want to decarbonize but recovering waste heat is among the only ways to have a positive return on investment compared to the current fossil fuel operation.

To understand these waste heat streams, we use Pinch Methodology. Through Pinch we identify all the heating and cooling processes in a facility, we understand where direct heat recovery can be done with coils, and finally how low-grade heat recovery can be achieved through industrial heat pumps. Applying Pinch Methodology allows you to achieve the most energy efficient outcome for a system.

Heat pumps are an integral part of the solution. They have the ability to take low-grade waste heat (<40F) and increase it up to usable heat (<248F). The usable heat temperature is dependent on the source temperature and refrigerant. We understand that there are many processes that don't require steam yet facilities are using steam to create hot water which is less efficient. Recapturing waste heat and using it to create high temperature hot water is a more efficient way.

We also have the ability to make steam heat pumps that can reach temperature of 392F. Heavier industrial facilities (refineries, chemical plants, steel plants, etc.) that require steam have expressed a great interest in this. We are one of very few companies in the world that can achieve this through waste heat recovery.

Our heat pumps have capacities ranging from 200kw up to 3MW. We were recently awarded a grant from the DOE to help expand our Michigan facility to increase production of these heat pumps.

Our interest lies in helping companies understand their through energy requirements at a given facility, mapping out where waste heat recovery can be done, recommending ways to recapture this waste heat, and finally helping to incorporate technologies in their system as it relates to their energy efficiency goals.
Website: https://armstronginternational.com/services/decarbonization/

Email: kyleh@armstronginternational.com

Phone: 6627019133

Address: 816 Maple St., Three Rivers, MI, 49093, United States
MI
 Northeastern UniversityMagda H. BareckaAssistant Professor Academic Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Simultaneous capture of dilute CO2 and conversion to fuels and chemical building blocksOur team proposes expertise in developing electrochemical systems directly using diluted CO2 to synthesize concentrated fuels and chemical building blocks. As a result, we can completely omit the need for separate, cost and energy-intensive carbon capture. Due to the modular nature of our reactors and low-temperature operation, the systems are ideally suited to integrate with intermittent, low-cost electricity. By overcoming several economic and energy efficiency barriers, we aim to use CO2 electroreduction on a large scale, enabling carbon-neutral manufacturing of high-volume energy- and emissions-intensive hydrocarbon chemicals and fuels.

Our expertise covers developing and characterizing electrocatalysts for CO2 reduction, process intensification-based reactor design, intensified separations, and process integration. We are also in the early stages of developing highly energy-efficient green hydrogen production systems. For literature examples of our work, see PI’s Dr. Magda H. Barecka Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=db-DO0wAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate) or our website (https://bareckalab.sites.northeastern.edu/).
Website: https://bareckalab.sites.northeastern.edu/

Email: m.barecka@northeastern.edu

Phone: 8573904322

Address: 360 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA, 02120, United States
MA
 Mississippi Lime Company (MLC)Fiona WoodyDirector of Sustainability and ESG Large Business Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) DecarbonizationMLC is a lime producer with operations in the US and the UK. We are exploring methods for decarbonizing our operations through fuel switching, carbon capture, waste heat, renewable electricity and operational efficiencies.
We are currently testing carbon capture in the UK and biomass as a fuel in the US.
We are also reviewing solar and wind energy in the US to support our largest site.
Website: https://mississippilime.com/

Email: flwoody@mlc.com

Phone: 3147561267

Address: 3870 S Lindbergh Blvd, #200, St. Louis, MO, 63127, United States
MO
 PowerSILO IncRod NashPresident Small Business Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Topic 1: Decarbonizing Chemicals and FuelsPowerSILO Inc., a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOB) small business based in Novato, CA has developed a Modified Up-Draft Tower Power Generation Technology. PowerSILO Technology is a novel and proprietary method of generating a controlled & sustained +25mph non-organic airflow that is harnessed within the PowerSILO Modified Updraft Tower (POWERSILO) to produce Zero Emissions, baseload power from Geothermal Hot Dry Rock (HDR) Energy, or NETZero Emissions power from recovered Low-Grade Industrial Process Waste Heat by use of the first of its kind, patented, Vertical Axis Vertical Airflow Nozzled Turbine (VAVANT). PowerSILO Technology is thermal-energy agnostic and generates reliable, controllable, artificial airflow from geothermal, as well as industrial process waste heat. PowerSILO harnesses and monetizes the low-grade waste heat from industrial processes (including [Petroleum Refineries, Metal/Glass Foundries, and the Power Utilities Sectors]) to provide a unique Cogeneration Retrofit Solution that provides substantial increases in operational efficiencies and sustainability strategies.

The primary customers in the previously identified sectors are expected to directly benefit from this innovation as they are the primary sources of Thermal Pollution and would, with increased power availability, be able to increase capture and/or mitigation of all process emissions associated with manufacturing and internal processes as well as manufacturing additional critical industry products or services.
Website: www.powersislos.com

Email: rod@powersilos.com

Phone: 5105515182

Address: 7250 Redwood Blvd. Suite 300, #361, Novato, CA, 94945, United States
CA
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