Battelle to Develop Polyurethane Foam Products from Coal

December 02 2019

Battelle won a recent United States Department of Energy (DOE) award that has an interesting twist for coal.

The DOE informed that Battelle was among its recipients in funding for cost-shared research and development projects. The project is to be executed in a parallel program with the Ohio Coal Development Office. Battelle will develop a process to convert bituminous coal into polyurethane foam products along with some low-sulfur fuel oil by-product. The results are expected to confirm the commercial viability of a coal-to-high-value solid foam products process.

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