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Photos: Coskata's cellulosic ethanol production

Photos: Coskata's cellulosic ethanol production

By January 31, 2008

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Photos: Coskata's celluslosic ethanol conversion process

The announcement from General Motors at this year's Detroit auto show that it had invested in Coskata, a producer of cellulosic ethanol, created buzz across the automotive world. Coskata says its proprietary process, which relies on a combination of gasification and fermentation by microorganisms, is up to six times more efficient than the production of ethanol from corn. The process can handle everything from switchgrass to industrial waste to household garbage, produces fewer emissions and noxious byproducts than comparable systems, and will result in ethanol with a production cost of around one dollar per gallon.

8 Images By January 31, 2008

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Coskata CEO explains how to get to $1 a gallon ethanol

Here is Coskata's business plan in a nutshell: take garbage, make gas out of it, and feed it to microbes. Then a big company pays you to teach them how to do it.

By April 7, 2008

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Coskata signs partner for 2010 ethanol plant

The race is on for cost-effective biofuels. Start-up Coskata signs on ethanol plant designer.

By February 6, 2008

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Wood-chip ethanol maker opens plant

Coskata says its hybrid ethanol technology, using thermochemical and biological processes, can produce environmentally friendly ethanol cheaper than gasoline.

By October 15, 2009

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Trash-to-ethanol company gets $19.5 million more

Coskata gets nearly $20 million as the debate over who has the best ethanol continues.

By March 13, 2008

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Dollar-a-gallon ethanol plant in U.S. operation next year

Pennsylvania lures cellulosic-ethanol maker Coskata to build a $25 million commercial demonstration plant that would make 40,000 gallons per year at $1 a gallon.

By April 25, 2008

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Green news harvest: Fuel-cell gadget charger, liquor-powered iPod

Shai Agassi's Project Better Place sees the future in electric cars; shareholder resolutions related to climate change grow; Masdar opens solar plant in Germany; Coskata goes through the ringer; John McCain casts doubt on clean tech.

By August 21, 2008

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Jury's still out on ethanol, biofuels

Automotive News reports on the state of the biofuel industry.

By November 18, 2009

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GM spreads bets with investment in second ethanol start-up

Looking to prime the pumps for its FlexFuel cars, the Detroit-based automaker forms a partnership with Cambridge, Mass.-based cellulosic-ethanol specialist Mascoma.

By May 2, 2008