Amyris makes renewable diesel from Ceres sorghum hybrids in DOE-funded demonstration

| May 4, 2012

In California, Ceres reports their sorghum hybrids were successfully processed into renewable diesel by Amyris, under a U.S. DOE grant. Amyris is expected to present summary of the results at the 34th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The pilot-scale project evaluated both sugars and biomass from Ceres’ sweet sorghum hybrids grown in Alabama, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana and Tennessee.  The sorghum derived syrup was processed by Amyris at its California pilot facility into its trademarked product, Biofene.

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