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Phytonix in the News: Asheville entrepreneur aims to harness cyanobacteria’s photosynthetic prowess

Click on the link below to view the 05/12/2014 feature newspaper article on Phytonix and It’s founder, Bruce Dannenberg:

newsobserver.com/2014/05/11/3840…

 

Phytonix Participated in the 25th and 26th NREL Industry Growth Forums

Phytonix was selected as one of only 30 companies to present at the National Renewable Energy Lab’s 25th NREL Industry Growth Forum.  Phytonix was chosen from an applicant pool of over 150 companies.  The NREL 25th Industry Growth Forum was held October 23-24, 2012 and the NREL 26th Industry GRowth Forum was held December 3-4, 2013 in Denver, CO.  For more information, visit www.cleanenergyforum.com.

 

Combining Ancient & New

Phytonix’s technology integrates 21st century scientific ingenuity with the ancient and elegant process of photosynthesis. We believe that this combination holds great potential to provide for civilizations’ future liquid transportation fuel needs while alleviating the stress on Earth’s environment for the betterment of all life that it supports.

Source:  Pacific Northwest National Lab

Our IP Portfolio

Phytonix has an international patent and patent-pending IP portfolio for biosafe renewable chemicals and biofuels production.
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Our Technology

Phytonix’s proprietary technology will produce biobutanol and biopentanol from photosynthetic bacteria, carbon dioxide, sunlight, and water.
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Target Market

Phytonix has a dual target market: the $ 10 billion global industrial chemical market and ultimately the $900 billion global motor gasoline market.
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Our Competitive Advantage

Phytonix’s technology has many advantages over other chemical and  fuel production technologies. It utilizes carbon dioxide as the sole feedstock, avoiding food vs. fuel issues and the high costs associated with biomass sourcing and logistics. Phytonix’s production process is significantly carbon-negative and its fuel life cycle is carbon-neutral through combustion. Fermentation-based technologies produce large amounts of carbon dioxide as a waste product. Our n-butanol production process replaces a fossil-based, carbon-intensive production process used by the worlds largest chemical companies. We employ a collaborative business model and work with world class scientific and engineering teams for development and commercialization.

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Phytonix in the News – UNEP

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United Nations Climate Programme

Press Release – Business Wire

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Business Wire

Phytonix Profile for Investors

Lux Research reviewed Phytonix and developed a profile for potential investors.