Meanwhile, a Boston BizJournal post on January 17 noted:
Joule believes its process could ultimately produce 15,000 gallons of diesel per acre per year, at a cost of $20 per barrel with government biofuel subsidies, and $50 per barrel without subsidies. The company has said either price would be well below the market price for ultra-low-sulfur diesel.
A report from Lux touts "synthetic bio" companies:
Synthetic biology is making a big impact. Leading Dominant companies using synbio include Amyris, Gevo, Solazyme, and Codexis, and some relative newcomers like BioAmber, Myriant, and Allylix also reach the Dominant quadrant.
Tough economy curbs clean energy investment: experts
More than 26,000 people are attending the four-day WFES conference and exhibition which displays top clean energy technologies [ World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi ]