Sustainable Conversion Ventures

Sustainable Conversion Ventures

Sustainable Conversion Ventures invests in and collaborates with start-ups to efficiently scale and bring to market renewable chemicals leveraging our assets in other complementary investments. SCV can help your start-up by providing equity investments in exchange for chemical plant run-time to validate your biochemical process.

Sustainable Conversion Ventures is a family office venture capital fund. The firm seeks to make both corporate and project equity investments in emerging renewable chemical, synthetic biology, process technologies, clean energy, waste conversion, and sustainable green technology sectors.

Founded in January 2014, Sustainable Conversion Ventures is a $40 million family office venture capital fund based out of Sun Lakes, Arizona born out of real estate and oil and gas investments made in the Phoenix area over the last 30 years. They have no limited partner, and thus have the potential to move faster than other organizations in their investments.

Sustainable Conversion Ventures brings technology assessment and strategic partnerships together on a full range of investment projects. Their investment focus is on developing and integrating equitable clean tech solutions into sustainable businesses by providing them with the capital, relationships and technology assistance necessary to develop their products or services.

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Arzeda

Arzeda is a biotechnology and software company designing custom microorganisms for industrial applications through computational enzyme design, protein optimization, and metabolic engineering.

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Jason Webber, MBA, MS Engineering

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Steve Robson

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