Saturday, July 7, 2018

Liquid light, making various chemicals from co2.

Liquid Light is a New Jersey-based company that develops and licenses electrochemical process technology to make chemicals from carbon dioxide (CO2).[1][2] The company has more than 100 patents and patent applications for the technology that can produce multiple chemicals such as ethylene glycol, propylene, isopropanol, methyl-methacrylate and acetic acid. Funding has been provided by VantagePoint Capital Partners, BP Ventures, Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital, Osage University Partners and Sustainable Conversion Ventures.[3][4] Liquid Light’s technology can be used to produce more than 60 chemicals, but its first targeted process is for the production of monoethylene glycol(MEG) which has a $27 billion annual market.[2] MEG is used to make a wide range of consumer products including plastic bottles, antifreeze and polyester fiber

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