Enerkem raises $50 million; scaling up first commercial facility

Last week, waste gasification company Enerkem raised C$50 million ($47.6 million). Enerkem is "finalizing" construction of the production facility in Edmonton, a 10 MGY production facility with ethanol production expected to begin in 2014. The funding comes just a few months after the company rai...

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