Podcast: LanzaTech CEO Dr. Jennifer Holmgren
by Kristi Marvin on 2023-01-27 at 7:33am

Carbon capture technology has long been talked about, and it is finally in operation with LanzaTech among the pioneers. Its plants are turning potential emissions into clothing, household goods and sustainable fuels.

SPAC cash is now also an accelerant in this new process as the company announced a $1.7 billion combination with AMCI II last March. This week, we caught up with LanzaTech CEO Dr. Jennifer Holmgren.

She also discusses how LanzaTech has structured its own business model to provide multiple channels of recurring revenues as well as what new carbon negative products you’ll be seeing on shelves soon.

Give it a listen


 

 

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