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De-risking fermentation


“2014 was the year of second generation ethanol with the openings of several plants in North and South America. A number of other multi-partner global projects have also been announced or are currently under construction by major actors of the cellulosic ethanol scene. In the US alone, the E2 advanced biofuel market report published in January 2015, states cellulosic ethanol capacity in 2014 was 58 million gallons, with predictions suggesting it will increase to between 182 million and 215 million gallons by 2017…

CelluX™, our yeast for second generation fuel ethanol has been featured in Biofuels International‘s March-April  2015 issue.

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