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New York Times. LanzaTech, a New Zealand company that has developed a fermentation process in which bacteria consume waste carbon monoxide from industrial processes and produce ethanol, has secured financing from Khosla Ventures.

ean Simpson, LanzaTech’s co-founder and chief scientific officer, said the company would use the $3.5 million investment from the venture firm, Khosla Ventures, to establish a pilot plant and perform the engineering work to prepare for commercial-scale ethanol production.


John Schreiber

This may go beyond waste. CO is the primary gas produced in the gasification process. Hydrogen is the other major gas.

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