The University of Tennessee Provides Bioenergy Research on the Move!
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture has scheduled stops for road tours to display the accomplishments of a recent research partnership with the main focus on bioenergy production in the Southeast. The tractor-trailer will feature a mobile gasifier that exhibits howbiomass can be converted toelectric energy. This gasifier shows the achievements that have been made by the Southeast Partnership for Integrated Biomass Supply Systems. This is a $15Mregional project lead by University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agricultures Center for Renewable Carbon.