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GCV Energy Awards 2018-19: Winner of Low Carbon CVC Investment of the Year - Calysta

Updated: Dec 18, 2019

Congratulations to Calysta, a gas-to-protein biotechnology business backed by BP, Cargill and Mitsui. More information is available on Calysta, other award winners and nominees in the special report 'CVC and the Creative Destruction of Energy'.

The other nominees for this award were:

1) Carbon Engineering, a carbon capture technology business backed by Occidental, BHP and Chevron

2) Cemvita Factory, a carbon capture technology business backed by Occidental and BHP

3) Dandelion Energy, a geothermal energy business backed by Google, Comcast and Lennar Corporation.

4) Sunfire, a fuel cell business backed by Paul Wurth, Cez and Total

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