Diamond in the rough: The Digest’s 2015 8-Slide Guide to Cobalt’s technology

Cobalt Technologies was commercializing cellulosic biobutanol, a versatile platform molecule for the renewable chemicals and fuels.

The Company’s technology efficiently converts diverse non-food feedstocks – initially, lignocellulosic extracts from woody biomass and sugar cane bagasse – into biobutanol.

Cobalt offered complete systems for sugar mill, pulp and paper, and biomass power facility retrofits with a cost-effective biorefinery module, taking advantage of benefits of co-location (feedstock supply, logistics, permits) while enhancing overall facility returns. Feedstock options includes low-value hemicellulose and cellulose extracted from bagasse or woody biomass, and other available low-cost feedstocks.


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