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Switchgrass advance: JBEI’s ionic liquid pretreatment, enzymatic hydrolysis scales effectively

In California, researchers from the DOE-Office of Science funded Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI), in conjunction with staff from the DOE-Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy funded Advanced Biofuels Process Demonstration Unit at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, published the paper, “Scale-Up and Evaluation of High Solid Ionic Liquid Pretreatment and Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Switchgrass,” in […]

December 16, 2013 More

YouChu 2010: JPI Fuel Interprise – enzymatic hydrolysis from organic waste

Vote Here for your favorite projects in YouChu 2010 Project Name: JPI Fuel Interprise Company headquarters location (city, state/province) #65 Cablong,Pozorrubio,Pangasinan,Philippines Contact name: Jaime P. Imbat Contact telephone: 011-63-75-5664182 Contact email: [email protected] Grant amount sought: (Note on options: $5 million – early stage R&D; $25 million – pilot project; $50 million – demonstration project). 50 […]

April 13, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Novozymes partners with Piedmont for enzymatic biodiesel project, Dedini for Brazilian cellulosic ethanol

In North Carolina, Novozymes and Piedmont Biofuels said that they will unveil a new enzymatic biodiesel pilot plant, the first of its kind, developed in partnership with the  Biofuels Center of North Carolina, and Chatham County Economic Development. The 12,600 gallon pilot will use enzymes to produce biodiesel from low quality waste grease. At the […]

July 16, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Patriot Renewable Fuels hires Leifmark to plan first stage of major US cellulosic ethanol project

Inbicon technology planned as centerpiece of low-carbon, high-profit platform: “Patriot will lead the way.” In Illinois, Patriot Renewable Fuels announced that Leifmark has been hired to create a custom Project Definition, the first stage of a plan for co-locating an Inbicon Biomass Refinery on the site of Patriot’s 110 MMgy grain-ethanol plant in Annawan, Illinois. At […]

May 27, 2014 More

GeoSynFuels: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

GeoSynFuels is a private, U.S. based company that has developed an economic method for the production of biofuels and biochemicals (including cellulosic ethanol and acetic acid). This technology “bolts-on” to existing sugar cane processing facilities (or other biomass facilities) and enables the production of significant incremental ethanol from the xylose fraction at low cost. The […]

March 30, 2014 More

Fiberight: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

Fiberight is a privately held company founded in 2007 with current operations in Virginia, Maryland and Iowa. As a leading edge clean technology company, our team focuses on transforming post-recycled municipal solid wastes and other organic feedstocks into next generation renewable biofuels, with cellulosic ethanol as the core product. Pilot plant facilities have been on-going […]

March 26, 2014 More

Urban Mining: Biofuels and municipal solid waste, in review

Urban waste: It’s nasty, here, inevitable and aggregated.  The feedstocks are available at fixed, affordable prices and in long-term supply contracts from credit-worthy entities. Everyone loves the idea. So, where are the gallons? The Digest investigates.  We reported earlier this week on a project underway for the Hampton Roads, Virginia area that will, if successful, […]

March 20, 2014 More

GeoSynFuels buys cellulosic ethanol demo plant from Blue Sugars

In Colorado, GeoSynFuels announced the acquisition of a cellulosic ethanol demonstration facility formerly owned and operated by the Blue Sugars Corporation. The demonstration facility, located in Upton, Wyoming, was originally constructed circa 2007 for the enzymatic conversion of wood feedstocks to ethanol. The plant has a nominal capacity of 50 tons per day of biomass and […]

March 17, 2014 More

Myriant: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

Myriant is building a global renewable chemicals company. Our innovative technology platform produces “green” chemicals from renewable feedstocks that are cost competitive without requiring a green premium. These green chemicals “drop-in” to chemical manufacturing processes to displace chemicals derived from petroleum. We are developing and selling bio-chemical intermediates that provide us with access to established […]

March 10, 2014 More

Inbicon: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

Company overview: Inbicon’s technology produces cellulosic ethanol or renewable chemicals from wheat straw via enzymatic hydrolysis, with co-products including renewable power. In a typical Inbicon project, 1200 metric tons per day will be converted into 20 million gallons a year of The New Ethanol; 180,000 MT/year of clean lignin, used to produce green electricity; and […]

February 26, 2014 More