Syngenta, Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies agree to license technology

April 14, 2014 |

In Minnesota, Syngenta has announced an agreement with Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies to license its Adding Cellulosic Ethanol Technology, a new process for ethanol plants. Adding Cellulosic Ethanol technology has been shown to significantly increase a plant’s ethanol production while delivering other benefits such as increased corn oil production and higher protein content in dried distillers grains (DDGs). CEO of Quad County Corn Processors (parent of Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies) Delayne Johnson said tests have shown that Adding Cellulosic Ethanol technology, in conjunction with Enogen trait technology, will deliver significant benefits to ethanol plants beyond what can be achieved through either technology alone.

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