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10 Must-See Hot Slides from ABLC Next 2014 – the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference

Submitted by on November 17, 2014 – 4:40 pmNo Comment

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  10 hot companies, 10 hot slides explaining where they are, what they’re up to, and where they are going, and when and how and why.

Here are new slides from the Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference – ABLC Next 2014, as presented in San Francisco.

We found these super-hot because they essayed three topics very much on the industry’s mind:

1. Who are the fresh faces and how are they redefining the sector at the start-up level?
2. How and when are some of the later-stage ventures now approaching their first commercial plants?
3. For companies that have reached scale, what are lessons learned?

Insights from and about Calysta, Greenyug, LanzaTech, Mango Materials, NatureWorks, BASF, Rivertop Renewables, Siluria Technologies, Verdezyne, xF Technologies   READ MORE

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