Tag: Naturally Scientific

Sweetwater Energy to convert CO2 to sugars in JV with Naturally Scientific

Sweetwater Energy to convert CO2 to sugars in JV with Naturally Scientific

October 11, 2013 |

In New York, Sweetwater Energy announced a 50/50 joint venture with Naturally Scientific, Inc. to produce sugar from waste carbon dioxide. The new technology converts carbon dioxide taken directly from the emissions of industries such as ethanol refineries, natural gas power plants and many others, into usable sugars. The joint venture expands Sweetwater’s sugar-production reach […]

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Sugar Shock: Sweetwater, Naturally Scientific ink $250M pact for biobased sugars

Sugar Shock: Sweetwater, Naturally Scientific ink $250M pact for biobased sugars

April 15, 2013 |

The end-goal? High-value oils.  Low-cost sugars become shock troops in the war for sustainability. In New York, we’ve learned that Sweetwater Energy will announce a project today to provide Naturally Scientific with customized industrial sugars over the course of 15 years in a transaction valued at $250 million. Sweetwater will use its patented, decentralized process to […]

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The 7 Paths of the New Agriculture

The 7 Paths of the New Agriculture

January 5, 2012 |

Biofuels booming? It’s not just the new transformative processing technologies, it’s the new agriculture. Here’s what’s going on, by whom, and where, when and why. In the bioenergy business, no one has nightmares, they have feedstock-mares. You wake up, sweating and panting and shaken, with the unmistakeable sensation that your feedstock of choice is unavailable, […]

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No-Kill Farming: The rise of low-cost, low-carbon biofuels through continuous harvest

No-Kill Farming: The rise of low-cost, low-carbon biofuels through continuous harvest

November 3, 2011 |

Does continuous harvest, and direct production from CO2 and water, offer a transformative, no-kill way to improve the carbon and dollar economics of biofuels? Can the dairy model work? Two years ago, in an essay titled “Drop In, Tune Out, Turn On,” the Digest profiled the rise of a new generation of “drop-in” fuels, made […]

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