Energy Research

ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit

Two of RTI’s research projects will be featured at the annual ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit February 29-March 2nd in Washington, DC, at Booth #521

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We maintain a world-class catalyst synthesis program focused on coupling suitable catalysts or sorbents with specific process designs.

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Our team has commenced the large-scale demonstration of its warm gas cleanup technology platform at Tampa Electric's Polk Power Station in Polk County, Fla.

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The fully automated hydroteater system upgrades liquid biocrude intermediates produced in the 1-ton-per-day catalytic biomass pyrolysis unit into gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel.

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We offer state-of-the-art engineering and design software—including the Aspen package—and expertise to take technology from conception to full demonstration.

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Our innovative energy research is geared toward solving the national and global concerns by developing efficient, economic, and sustainable energy solutions. Our scientists and engineers address challenges across the power, chemical, petroleum, gas processing, and transportation industries to produce novel technologies from ideation to pilot scale to commercialized systems. Show more

Our state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories are equipped to provide high-quality R&D for process technology licensors, gas processing companies, oil refiners, chemical manufacturers, clean-fuels developers, catalyst manufacturers, and other commercial clients, as well as for the U.S. Department of Energy, Department of Defense, and other government agencies. Our capabilities range from lab- and bench-scale experiments to pilot plants and large-scale pre-commercial demonstration.


New RTI Press book encourages homeowner energy saving using behavioral science

A new book published by RTI Press and co-edited by RTI International’s Brian G. Southwell explores the behavioral factors behind individual homeowners’ use of energy, and what might change those behaviors. 

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