Proterro CEO to Discuss Feedstock Economics at Advanced Biofuels Markets Conference in San Francisco on October 30


Proterro

--October 29, 2012: --Proterro, Inc.:

Who:

Kef Kasdin, CEO, Proterro, Inc., the only company that makes sucrose instead of extracting it, lowering the cost of sugar for the economical and scalable production of biofuels and biobased chemicals.

What:

Ms. Kasdin participates on "Hot Feedstocks and Feedstock Economics" panel at the Advanced Biofuels Markets: The Race for Scale conference.

When:

Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012, 11:15 a.m. (Pacific)

Where:

Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel
55 Cyril Magnin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Why:

The biggest barrier to market adoption of biofuels is the high cost of cultivating, harvesting, transporting and processing of feedstock.

Featured in Biofuels Digest and Ethanol Producer, Proterro could, through its novel, patent-pending biosynthetic process, resolve the feedstock challenge for biofuels by delivering non-crop-based, noncellulosic, fermentation-ready sugar at less than $0.05/lb. €“ a cost lower than sugarcane, corn, other energy crops, or cellulosic sugar approaches.

Proterro's sucrose is a sustainable, inexpensive, geoflexible, fermentation-ready feedstock. It can be used to produce a variety of commercial scale fuels through standard industrial fermentation methods.

For more information, please visit Proterro

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