Chicago-based LanzaTech is pioneering technology to turn carbon-rich waste gases into low-carbon fuels that are wholly outside the food value chain.
California-based Propel's Clean Mobility Center is one of many stations where the renewable fuels company is giving drivers a real choice at the pump.
With over $200 million in recently secured new financing, the California-based company aims to become the global market leader in the design and production of renewable oils.
Tesoro, one of the world's largest refiners, has become the first commercial customer for Sapphire's algal-based crude oil that is helping to change the way fuel is produced.
South San Francisco-based LS9 has engineered proprietary strains of microbes that could change the way large volumes of fuels and chemicals are produced.
More than 80 clean biofuel companies, refineries and related operations are now part of a rapidly expanding clean fuel industry that spans the United States.
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