What Solugen's new factory means for the future of green chemicals

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Bioforge 2, Solugen's second commercial facility, marks the beginning of a new era for the chemicals industry / Credit: Solugen
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Bioforge 2, Solugen's second commercial facility, marks the beginning of a new era for the chemicals industry / Credit: Solugen

Houston-based Solugen just announced plans for its second sustainable molecule factory - Here's why you should be paying attention

The $5tr global chemicals sector is a foundation of our modern economy. It's also the largest industrial consumer of oil and gas and has the third-largest carbon footprint. Propped up by decades of inefficient,...

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