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    bring ... to scale

    I'm not sure of what "scale" means in the context.

    Clearly, interest in carbon-neutral, low-cost fuels is at an all-time high, but problems remain. None of the afirementioned companies... have figured out how to bring this tecnology to scale. To really meet our needs... production has to be increased a millionfold, maybe even ten millionfold...

    It it saying "make the technology widely available (or widely applicable)"?

    Thank you.

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    Re: bring ... to scale

    Yes. To scale up production.

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