By: hollander.jon | November 09, 2015

MIAMI, FL (Mar 11, 2014) – Biofuels Digest, the most circulated trade publication covering the global bioeconomy, today reported on Applied Biorefinery Sciences in their 5-Minute Guide segment.  The publisher’s 5-Minute Guides are intended to provide their readership with information about leading companies in a condensed format.  Described as “news you can use,” each 5-Minute Guide provides an overview of the profiled company, recent milestones, and description of their business model and their competitive edge.

Applied Biorefinery Sciences is a developer of biorefinery technologies headquartered in Syracuse, NY.  Unique to the company’s process design is co-production of intermediary chemicals and 5- and 6-carbon sugars with chemically-modified wood fibers that have enhanced properties for use in combustion, paper making, and the manufacture of fiberboard.  Generating revenue from the sale of goods to different industries lowers the company’s financial risk from unstable market price of any individual product, and substantially increases the overall value proposition.

Having also named Applied Biorefinery Science CTO Dr. Thomas Amidon to their list of the Top 300 Most Influential People in the Bioeconomy earlier this year, Biofuels Digest editors view the company’s innovative biorefinery process technology to have considerable merit.  Each commercial biorefinery is expected to generate hundreds of millions of dollars of economic activity over its lifetime and increase environmental sustainability by producing a range of goods that derive from renewable sources of biomass in place of current production from fossil fuels.

Major milestones achieved by Applied Biorefinery Sciences since 2010 include patent issuances, state economic development grants to construct a demonstration biorefinery in the Adirondacks capable of processing 3 dry tons per day of forest residuals, and state R&D grants to study the use of biorefinery technology to reduce electrical energy consumption in the production of wood fuel pellets.

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