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Big Energy Collaborations Seen to Jump-Start Emerging Biofuels Technologies

Submitted by on November 22, 2009 – 4:52 pmNo Comment

by Bruce V. Bigelow  (XconomySanDiego)  As startups developing next-generation biofuels emerge in San Diego, Boston, and elsewhere, a business model for rapidly expanding to commercial-scale operations already can be found in the biotech industry, experts said yesterday. The premise of presentations organized by Biocom, San Diego’s life sciences industry group, is that collaborations being formed between biofuel startups and big energy are comparable to the partnerships formed between biotech startups and big pharmaceutical companies.

… But what it really comes down to, as Verenium executive William Baum told the audience, is capital. … “We’ve got hundreds of biofuel companies that are trying to get to the next stage. If you don’t have a big brother with deep pockets, like a BP, Exxon, Shell, or a Chevron, it’s going to be very difficult.”  READ MORE

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