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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Dec 16, 2014 03:47 PM CST

A new cellulosic ethanol system is being utilized by an Iowa company which produces ethanol from corn kernel fiber, according to an article by Farm Industry News (http://bit.ly/…).

The new technology, utilized by Quad County Corn Processors in Galva, Iowa, has been named Cellerate and is a collaboration between Syngenta and Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies, LLC, a subsidiary of QCCP. The concept began at QCCP in 2009 with a technology called Adding Cellulosic Ethanol (ACE). Syngenta signed an agreement to license the process and act as marketer in 2014 and the name was changed to Cellerate.

Cellerate uses the ...

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