On May 5th, technology company Emvolon raised $1.5 million in a seed funding round led by The Engine. Founded this year, the start-up transforms ordinary diesel engines into carry-sized chemical plants. This, in turn, finds a use for resources, like flare gas and residue biomass, that would otherwise be wasted.
The founders pioneered a device built using inexpensive parts from established supply chains in the automotive industry. Holding a PhD in Nuclear Engineering and over 90 patents, Dr Leslie Bromberg has held numerous lead research roles in academia and the private sector for 40 years.
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CEO and co-founder, Dr Emmanuel Kasseris, also holds a PhD in Nuclear Engineering. Throughout …