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Novozymes on Track for 2010 Launch of Cellulosic Ethanol Process

5:20 AM MST | February 24, 2009 | Alex Scott

Enzymes technology firm Novozymes says it is “on track” to deliver its targets first commercial enzymatic process for generatic cellulosic ethanol by 2010. Novozymes says its second generation enzyme products for converting cellulosic biomass into ethanol are “the most cost effective enzyme solution available today.”   Executive v.p. Peder Holk Nielsen is due to give a presentation detailing the progress of the technology at the National Ethanol Conference in San Antonio, TX later today. “The results we're achieving in our labs...

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