April 5, 2016

Aemetis Biofuels Plant to Use LanzaTech Waste-to-Fuel and Edeniq Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies

“Biofuels company Aemetis will use technologies from LanzaTech and Edeniq at its 60 million gallon per year ethanol production facility in Keyes, California.”

“Aemetis said it acquired carbon recycling company LanzaTech’s waste-to-fuels technology to use at its Keyes facility, which will allow it to convert local California biomass wastes — including agricultural waste, forest waste, dairy waste and construction and demolition waste — to ethanol. This makes Aemetis the first licensee of the New Zealand-based company’s technology in North America.”

“In a separate announcement, Aemetis said it will use Edeniq’s cellulosic ethanol technology at the Keyes facility. Edeniq’s Pathway technology utilizes existing fermentation and distillation equipment to produce up to 2.5 percent cellulosic ethanol and a 7 percent increase in overall ethanol yield, the company says.”


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