Global Bio-based Chemical Capacity Springs to Scale

Bio-based chemicals and materials have launched from labs to demo to scale in droves in the last seven years, now reaching a technical tipping point where they are mature enough to measure in terms of manufacturing capacity. Total global capacity for 17 major bio-based materials doubled from 1.9 mil...

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