What California doesn’t have is a government that provides a clear set of rules for manufacturers or a playing field that’s remotely level with other states.
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Camarillo-based Cool Planet Energy Systems said on Friday that it had raised $29.9 million of what it expects to be a $100 million funding round for its first grass-to-fuel plant production facility. Cool Planet, which has received funding from Google Ventures and BP in the past, has designed a machine that uses heat and pressure Read More →
Camarillo-based Cool Planet Energy Systems, one of the fastest-rising startups in the region, may relocate its headquarters and build a factory in the Denver area. The company has designed a mechanical system that uses heat and pressure to turn feedstocks such as grass into gasoline-blendable fuels, generating a byproduct called biochar that can be used Read More →