today announced the release of an assessment of next-generation and
cellulosic sugar technologies. This new Nexant report-Cellulosic
Sugars: Unlocking Biomass' Potential-examines the different
technology choices available.
"Cellulosic and other next-generation sugar processes are becoming
technically robust, although commercial challenges remain to be
overcome," said Steven Slome, Nexant Senior Consultant.
"Commercialization will allow bio-production of various chemicals and
fuels, without provoking controversy via the food versus fuels debate
and may potentially offer a lower cost feedstock."
The cellulosic sugars industry, as technical issues are solved, is now
faced with a number of challenges and opportunities. Nexant's report
answers the following questions:
Cellulosic Sugars: Unlocking Biomass' Potential is available
immediately. For more information on this and other Nexant reports,
please visit: http://www.chemsystems.com
or contact Steven Slome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nexant specializes in a broad range of advisory services to the global
energy and chemicals sectors, including feasibility studies, mergers and
acquisitions, and strategic planning. Nexant offers a comprehensive
suite of best-in-class energy enterprise software designed to transform
utility business processes and implement smart grid and energy
conservation initiatives. Over the last decade, it has developed and
commercialized technology solutions-such as iEnergyTM, GRID360TM,
iHEDGE®, and RevenueManager®-enabling utilities, power producers, and
retailers to operate and deploy new technologies and applications in the
emerging grid. Operating from 32 offices in the U.S., Europe, the Middle
East, Asia, and Africa, the company's team of industry professionals has
completed more than 3,000 client assignments in over 100 countries, and
its software operates in over 120 control centers at utilities
worldwide. Its clients include major utilities, transmission and
distribution system operators, chemical and petroleum majors, financial
institutions, government agencies and Fortune 500 companies.
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