Issue Date: September 15, 2014
Liquid Light Funds CO2-Based Chemicals
Liquid Light, a start-up that uses catalytic electrochemistry to convert carbon dioxide into chemicals, has raised $15 million in a second round of venture capital financing. The Princeton University spin-off, which went public with its efforts about six months ago, says it will use the money to complete process development at pilot scale and generate the information needed for a tons-per-day plant. Liquid Light expects ethylene glycol to be its first product.
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