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12/11/12
New Funding
21
Redwood City, CA

Nth Power, Craton Equity Partners, @Ventures, Gentry Venture Partners

Venture Capital
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Summary: Propel Fuels raised $21M in Series D funding from Nth Power, Craton Equity Partners, @Ventures  and Gentry Venture Partner. The funding will be used to build out its alternative fuel stations throughout California and the west coast. The company is aiming for 75 stations by the end of 2013. View Article
Agriculture
01/29/13
New Funding
1
Sacramento, CA
Venture Capital
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Summary: Farming software firm FarmLogs received funding from investors Huron River Ventures, Hyde Park Angels, Andreessen Horowitz, Silicon Badia and First Step Fund to expand its team and further develop its mobile applications.
Biofuel
10/03/12
Loan
15
Roselle, Illinois
Private Equity
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Summary: LanzaTech, a waste-to-fuels and chemicals technology founded in 2005, closed on $15 million in debt financing from Western Technology Investment (WTI). Earlier this year, LanzaTech closed a $55.8M Series C funding round led by Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund, bringing the total capital raised to date to more than $100 million.   View Article Open

Company

LanzaTech

Key Products: Waste-to-fuels and chemicals technology

# of Employees:NA

Annual Revenue:NA

Biofuel
10/03/12
New Funding
5
Boardman, OR
Venture Capital
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Summary: ZeaChem, founded in 2002, raised an additional $5.1 million in an extension of its Series C financing round that closed at the end of August. View Article Open

Company

ZeaChem

Key Products: a cellulose-based biorefinery platform capable of producing advanced ethanol, fuels and chemicals.

# of Employees:NA

Annual Revenue: NA

Mohr Davidow Ventures

Location: Menlo Park, California

Related Investments:  CatilinGenomatica, OPX Biotechnologies

Key Contact: Erik Straser, partner, email: es@mdv.com

Biofuel
11/30/12
Loan
175
Pleasanton, CA
Bank, Government, Private Equity
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Summary: Fulcrum BioEnergy secured commitments and is proceeding toward closing $175M in financing to fund construction of its first municipal solid waste to low-carbon fuels plant, which is expected to be completed in 2015. $105M of the $175M is a USDA loan guarantee, with the balance coming from bank financing and private equity capital. View Article
Biofuel
12/17/12
New Funding
3.5
Ewing, NJ

Braemar Energy, Cultivian Ventures, Middleland Capital

Venture Capital
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Summary: New Jersey based Proterro Inc., a U.S. biotechnology company that produces sugars for biofuels, will receive $3.5 million in venture capital funding to develop its technology. Current backer Braemar Energy Ventures led the financing round and was joined by new investors Cultivian Ventures and Middleland Capital. View Article
Biofuel
01/09/13
New Funding
25
Franklin, Tennessee

NA

Strategic Investors, Venture Capital
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Summary: Eco-Energy, a biofuel supply chain company, raised $25 million from four investors in an equity offering. Brazilian firm Copersucar SA agreed to acquire a majority stake in Eco-Energy in November. View Article
Biofuel
01/03/13
Grant
2.5
Government
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Summary: The U.S. DOE awarded Novozymes and MBI $2.5 million to develop new enzyme-based technologies to convert corn stover into sugars for subsequent conversion into biofuels. View Article
Biofuel
03/13/13
Grant
.925
North Carolina
Government
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Summary: The grant will enable Southern Research Institute, an affiliate of the U. of Alabama, to develop a cheaper way of converting biomass to bio-oils for petroleum refineries, helping refineries comply with new renewable fuels standards. View Article
Biofuels
01/29/13
Grant
1.3
San Luis Obispo, California
Government
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Summary: Cal Poly’s Algae Technology Group (ATG) was awarded the U.S. DOE grant for developing processes that turn waste resources and nutrients recycled from algae biomass processing into sustainable algaebiofuels. View Article