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Gevo and Beta Renewables Sign JDA to Advance Cellulosic Isobutanol

10:09 AM MDT | July 10, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Gevo (Englewood, CO) and Beta Renewables (Rivalta Scrivia, Italy) have signed a joint development agreement for an integrated process for the production of biobased isobutanol from cellulosic, non-food biomass. The project would integrate Beta Renewables’ Proesa technology­ for extracting sugar from non-food biomass and Gevo’s integrated fermentation and alcohol-to-jet-fuel technologies. The agreement also includes provisions for commercialization if the collaboration is successful, with plans for isobutanol production plants to be located where...

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