Dec 13, 2012 08:00 EST To be able to tell you more about our sustainability efforts SEKAB is launching a section on the website dedicated solely to sustainability. SEKAB is one of the largest green tech companies in Sweden and we want to make our contribution to raising the issue of what companies can do to increase awareness of sustainability issues.
Sep 17, 2012 07:24 EDT Better and more hard-hitting enzymes for breaking down cellulose result in a more efficient production of bioethanol for biofuels and green chemicals. SEKAB E-Technology is one of the few companies with the ability to test innovations within the field on a scale, transferable to an industrial production scale.
Jan 12, 2012 02:00 EST SEKAB is one out of four companies to receive a sustainability decision for biofuels and bioliquids from the Swedish Energy Agency. The sustainability decision is the first ever to be granted in Sweden, which proves that SEKAB’s fuel is guaranteed durable, a prerequisite for obtaining tax exemption for renewable fuels as of February 1, 2012.
Jun 18, 2012 06:05 EDT The Swedish delivery company Kyl & Frysexpressen delivers goods for all largest Swedish convenience store chains. Today, 12 of their 70 trucks run on ED95, SEKAB's ethanol-based biofuels for customized diesel engines. However, Kyl & Frysexpressen doesn’t settle for just bio-ethanol fuel, which in itself offers great advantages. The company specifically requests SEKAB’s premium version of ED95,
Oct 28, 2011 03:20 EDT For the second time in six months, SEKAB breaks the sales record for ED95. The previous record, reached in March of this year, was exceeded by the results from September.
Jun 18, 2012 06:04 EDT
Swedish transport company Kyl & Frysexpressen runs twelve of its 70 trucks on ED95®, SEKAB's ethanol-based biofuel for customized diesel engines. Moreover, by using SEKAB’s premium product made from second-generation ethanol, a byproduct from existing production, Kyl & Frysexpressen achieves maximal reduction of carbon emissions.
Apr 04, 2011 08:28 EDT
The Ethanol Pilot plant is a unique plant which has continued to
receive a great deal of international attention since its opening in
2004. Here our researchers are able to verify and optimise on a large
scale processes which have previously been developed in laboratories.
The plant is designed to produce the necessary expertise for the
expansion to commercial production.
Dec 09, 2011 09:00 EST Q & A SEKAB E-Technology Ends its Operational Commitment in the Ethanol Pilot