Boosting Ethanol’s Value via CO2 use: The Digest’s Multi-Slide Guide to White Dog Labs

January 20, 2017 |

US-based White Dog Labs have developed a new process that eliminates the production of CO2, a potent greenhouse gas, during fermentation and instead shifts the carbon to added ethanol production, boosting fermentation yields by around 50 percent. The by-products are distillers grains, corn oil (if extracted from the grains) and water.

The process can boost acetone production by 60%, all by its onesey, and half the CO2.  Add supplementary hydrogen, and you get zero CO2 and a 50-60% percent boost in ethanol production and up to 120% increase if the process is optimized for acetone.

White Dog Labs CEO Bryan Tracy gave this illuminating overview at ABLC Next in Sam Francisco.

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