In Pennsylvania, Bill Gates is leading the latest investment round into the pioneering cellulosic sugars producer Renmatix as energy giant Total joins in with second investment and a 1 million ton per year license. Gates is the chairman of the Breakthrough Energy Coalition— along with Zuckerberg, Branson, Bezos, Steyer, Khosla, Doerr, and 20 others who […]
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Renmatix is a technology licensor that enables the production of petrochemicals from plants. The company’s water-based Plantrose process is the lowest cost method for converting a wide range of non-food biomass into cellulosic sugars, used in the global chemical and fuels markets. Renmatix CFO Tim Brown gave this updated deck on the company as part […]
In Pennsylvania, Renmatix says that it will develop its first wood-based commercial scale cellulosic sugar biorefinery next year, producing between 100,000 tons and 300,000 tons annually. Developing the project with an undisclosed partner, it will be built in either Europe, Asia or the Americas. The company says it is competitive with $50 oil and could […]
Virent, Renmatix, Verdezyne take top slots in The 40 Hottest Small Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy for 2015-16
At the ABLC NEXT 2015 conference in San Francisco, Virent took the #1 spot in the 2015-16 “40 Hottest Smaller Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy” rankings, published today in The Digest, the world’s most widely-read advanced bioeconomy daily. The Hot 40 recognizes companies with less than 100 full-time employees and $20 million or less in […]
Another step towards commercial scale, aimed at “secure supply” of cellulose-lignin solids for Renmatix’ Georgia facility Renmatix announced that it has acquired existing assets of the former Mascoma corporation’s 56,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Rome, NY. The new Feedstock Processing Facility (FPF) is dedicated to the first step in conversion to cellulosic sugar (from […]
Total takes equity and Board seat in licensor of supercritical hydrolysis tech for production of low-cost cellulosic sugars. What’s up, what does it say about Total, the sector and Renmatix — and why might all this be aimed at a path to lower cost renewable jet fuel? In California, Total New Energies is making an investment in Renmatix, […]
Renmatix is a technology licensor that enables the production of petrochemicals from plants. The company’s water-based Plantrose process is the lowest cost method for converting a wide range of non-food biomass into cellulosic sugars, used in the global chemical and fuels markets. Renmatix’s supercritical hydrolysis technology deconstructs non-food biomass an order of magnitude faster than […]
In Pennsylvania, Renmatix announced it has acquired the intellectual property rights and know-how of REAC Fuel. Based in Sweden, REAC has developed intellectual property that complements Renmatix’s significant expertise and existing portfolio of supercritical technology patents and applications. The acquisition expands Renmatix’s value proposition for licensing their Plantrose Process to produce cost-competitive cellulosic sugars. The Plantrose Process […]
Here are the photo votes received for Renmatix in this years’s competition for the Hottest Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy, Renewable Chemicals & Biomaterials. More on photo voting in this years’ rankings process, here.
Genomatica and Renmatix have been named winners of the 2014 Bloomberg New Energy Pioneers Award for developing process technologies to produce widely-used chemicals from alternative feedstocks rather than petroleum. Genomatica’s processes are designed to produce the exact same chemicals while delivering better economics and a smaller environmental footprint. Every year, Bloomberg recognizes ten game-changing companies […]