Sept. 23 (Bloomberg) — NexSteppe Inc., a closely held
biofuels company, received $22 million in funding to develop
crops that can be used as feedstock.
Total Energy Ventures and ELFH Holding GmbH joined existing
investors including Braemar Energy Ventures and DuPont Ventures
in the Series C funding round, South San Francisco, California-based NexSteppe said today in a statement.
NexSteppe’s crops can be used in biomass boilers and
anaerobic digesters to produce energy, or refined into
components for chemicals and plastics, according to the
Braemar led a $14 million funding round for NexSteppe in
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