Syzygy Plasmonics has raised $76 million in Series C funding.
- Syzygy Plasomonics, a Rice University startup, has found a way to harness the power of light to energize chemical reactions.
- The company believes that this innovation will eliminate the need for fossil fuels in chemical manufacturing.
- Syzygy will use its latest funding round to further develop its all-electric reactor system.
“Rather than rely on thermal energy, Syzygy Plasmonics harnesses the power of light to energize chemical reactions. This approach is designed to reduce feedstock waste while producing fewer emissions when powered by renewable electricity. Select Series C participants have also entered into commercial agreements with Syzygy to support their decarbonization goals.”
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