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LanzaTech gets on the defensive offence

LanzaTech gets on the defensive offence


By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 23 August 2011 ) New Zealand clean energy golden child LanzaTech has added yet another notch to its belt, and is one of 10 international businesses that will pitch to the USA Department of Defense next month.

The U.S. Military is the world’s largest consumer of fossil fuels, and its various branches have made commitments to slash fossil fuel use and increase biofuel and other renewable and alternative fuel types over the next 15 years.

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New Zealand clean energy golden child LanzaTech has added yet another notch to its belt, and is one of 10 international businesses that will pitch to the USA Department of Defense next month.

The U.S. Military is the world’s largest consumer of fossil fuels, and its various branches have made commitments to slash fossil fuel use and increase biofuel and other renewable and alternative fuel types over the next 15 years.

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