Biofuels have been gaining popularity over the years and with new research, it has become more available to us. Widespread information and technology has made it possible for smaller teams to develop solutions through biofuels for a more sustainable world. Here are 3 startups that use biofuels and are a great example of what the future holds.
LanzaTech: Country: New Zealand
Edinson Award winner LanzaTech works by coupling synthetic biology with bioinformatics, artificial intelligence and machine learning with engineering. By recycling carbon from industrial off-gases; syngas generated from any biomass resource LanzaTech can reduce emissions and create new products like AllWell and Nouravant for a circular carbon economy.
Renmatix: Country: USA
Renmatix developed a way to use high temperatures and high water pressure to break down plant waste (like wood chips) into biofuels. Only using water, they can transform plants into new and unique ingredients. These ingredients have immense functionality in many applications, derived from their unique size and shape.
Innoltek: Country: Canada.
Innoltek manufactures high-quality biodegradable biodiesel from animal fats and recycled by-products from cooking oil and the food industry. They aim to be the highest performing environmentally to serve eastern Canada fuel distributors market. Due to its high cetane index and superior oxygenation, the combustion of biodiesel is more complete than conventional diesel. Innoltek biodiesel is used primarily in farming machines, diesel boats, diesel generators, and buses.