Stover Biofuel (218 companies)
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There are 12 companies in the field of Biofuel on spotfolio that produce or deliver products, that utilize or research technologies or that are otherwise engaged in topics such as Cellulosic-Ethanol, Corn-Stover, Biomass, Stover, Cellulosic, Biofuels, Ethanol, Feedstock .
Early-stage companies (3)
Established companies (9)
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United States (6)
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firstname.lastname@example.org Matt McConnell, Maintenance Manager 419-943-9219 Silvia Stover, Maintenance Clerk/Shipping/Receiving 419-943-9221 POET Biorefining - Leipsic
wheat, sunflower, and rapeseed. In addition to straw crop residues, corn stover, husks, sawdust, wood waste, and dung bedding can also be used. Even old ...
substrates: - wheat straw - rapeseed straw - sunflower straw - rye straw - corn stover - sunflower husk - sawdust Looking for a solution for your business?
biogas processing are wheat straw, sunflower straw, rapeseed straw, and corn stover. Of course, straw can be processed into pellets. But in pellet production
include crops, such as switchgrass and miscanthus, or crop residues, like corn stover and sugar cane bagasse. Crops, such as switchgrass, are seen by many as ...
inexpensive feedstocks. The collection and distribution of corn stover illustrates the challenge. Stover is one of the most widely available biomass materials, ...
techniques for collecting corn stover rely on multiple passes over the field. Producers first harvest the corn and then collect the stover during a second pass during ...
pass harvesters, a machine that simultaneously collects the grain and the stover. However this technology is not yet available to farmers. Feedstock markets
feedstocks such as sugar cane, corn or even switchgrass, wood waste, or corn stover. Safe Harbor: This release may contain forward-looking statements within
Iogen Iogen Corporation
cellulose ethanol from agricultural residue such as cereal straws and corn stover. Ethanol, an alcohol most often made from grains and sugar cane, is blended
technology will make use of agriculture residues such as wheat straw, corn stover, and sugar cane bagasse to produce cellulosic ethanol. Using agriculture
Chempolis Chempolis Ltd.
refine also hardwood and softwood and non-food biomasses such bagasse, corn stover, grasses, Empty Fruit Bunch and bamboo into high quality products. Fortum
and softwood, non-wood and non-food biomasses such as straw, bagasse, corn stover, EFB and bamboo. Chempolis’ business model is to license biorefining technologies
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