The project receives major EU funding to establish a first-of-a-kind wood fractionation Flagship plant to create new industrial value-chains using sustainable hardwood as a resource European grant amounting to €20.
Sweetwater Energy, a Rochester, NY-based biotechnology company and Estonia-based AS Graanul Invest, Europe’s largest wood pellet producer, will build a commercial-scale integrated biorefinery that will produce clean cellulosic sugars and highly pure lignin from 50,000 tons of local hardwood each year.
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MetGen, Sweetwater Energy say “there’s gold in them thar side-streams” By Jim Lane, Biofuels Digest For all of your questions about the advanced bioeconomy there’s just the one answer and that is “lignin.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a renewable bioproducts producer in Rochester, New York, is pleased to announce it has appointed Vipin Kuckreja to be General Manager of its Activated Carbon Division.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable bioproducts producer, announced today that Dr Markus Buehler, the McAfee Professor of Engineering and Head of Department, Civil and Environmental Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has become the newest member of Sweetwater’s board of directors.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable bio-products producer, announced today that its patented biomass conversion technology consistently yields world-record results: over 91 gallons of industrial ethanol per dry metric tonne of biomass.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable biochemical producer, announced today that it has signed a conditional lease with Eastman Business Park to locate a green integrated biochemical facility in the park.
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A Rochester-based renewable biomedical producer planning to use Minnesota timber as an alternative for products with petroleum and other materials wants to build a $52.
Sweetwater Energy Inc. has received a commitment for $26 million in low-interest long-term loans from the state of Minnesota to build a $53 million biochemical production facility.