Startup Raises $9 Million For a Technology to Recycle Carbon into Protein-Rich Animal Feed

To sponsor a technology to recycle carbon into protein-rich animal feed, a startup raises $9 million. This technology…
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To sponsor a technology to recycle carbon into protein-rich animal feed, a startup raises $9 million. This technology will generate protein from carbon. The protein would be produced from carbon dioxide gotten by industrial exhaust and hydrogen will be added to get scalable and cheap feed to replace soybeans.

Deep Branch will be using some of the chemical building blocks in compounds like hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen. Some of these compounds are inside a fermentation chamber and produce proton, a compound rich in protein.

This Proton will be mixed with other compounds when it is dried and then transformed into pellets at a 90% carbon savings rate.  According to James Ferrier, as this startup raises $9 million to sponsor the technology, this can be one of the remedies to overcome the greatest environmental challenges we are facing today.

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On Tuesday, Deep Branch announced that it raised a sum of $9 million for a project to help sponsor its technology. This startup is one of the few utilizing fermentation technologies to build more sustainable protein.

Deep Branch revealed that its process generates 90% fewer carbon emissions than would be produced from traditional agricultural methods. Most emissions are a result of the utilization of ammonia. Deep Branch recycles the emissions by transforming them into animal feed.

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