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LS9 plays catch-up with its biofuel rivals
Friday, February 10, 2012
San Francisco Business Times
Alternative fuels company LS9
LS9 Latest from The Business Journals LS9 adds Rood as VP, operationsSan Francisco Travel Association creates new public policy jobIndustrial biotech jobs soar, sector asks for policy help Follow this company is on a roll. Finally.
It's about to open a factory in Florida, recently launched a technology office in Brazil and is close to announcing two new partnerships that are sure to keep the 85 employees at the South San Francisco-based company busy.
That's a change for the company. Born in 2005 — about the same time as other first-generation biofuels companies like Amyris Inc., Solazyme Inc. and Gevo Inc.— it's watched as those companies have gone public and launched commercial products. LS9 remains private and its products in development, but analysts say that's not ...
Lindsay Riddell covers energy and cleantech for the San Francisco Business Times.