Enerkem raises $60 million to convert MSW to ethanol

Last week, Canadian waste-to-fuels company Enerkem raised $60 million in its latest round of funding. Existing investor Waste Management (WM), as well as new investor Valero, participated in the round. The funding will likely help scale up Enerkem's next few commercial facilities, including a 10 MGY...

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