ZeaChem

  • Acetogen organisms ferment C5 and C6 sugars to acetic acid, which is converted to ethyl acetate, which is then combined with hydrogen to produce ethanol
  • Will source hydrogen from natural gas at first facility, also testing third-party gasifiers as future hydrogen source
  • Swapping i...

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