For 20 years, Swedish Biofuels has been at the cutting edge of researching and developing sustainable biofuels which resulted in certified technology and products ready for the market. Our technology offers a viable alternative to fossil fuels, taking aviation, transport, and industry into a new era of responsible, ethical and secure business.


A brief history:

2000
Swedish Biofuels was founded in 2000 with the vision of becoming the dominant technology provider in the industrial bio-commodities area.

2000-2005
Swedish Biofuels develops a diverse range of products to serve the ground transportation market.

2006
The U.S. Government Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), issues a call for research into biomass derived jet fuel. Swedish Biofuels is one of 3 companies selected for funding.

2007
DARPA decides to augment its research goals in biological jet fuels after considering a proposal from Swedish Biofuels to develop a different pathway to jet fuel.

2008
Swedish Biofuels demonstrates the technology at laboratory scale for fully synthetic paraffinic jet fuel.

2008
Winner of Swedish American Chamber of Commerce Deloitte Green Award presented by HM Carl XVI Gustaf in New York.

2011
In 2011, Swedish Biofuels achieves all the goals set by DARPA, producing the (first in the world) fully synthetic paraffinic jet fuel from wood.

2008-2014
As part of the DARPA program, batches of 100 % jet fuel are sent for testing at AFRL.

2015
Grant from the European Commission for RTD, engineering and construction of small scale commercial jet fuel production from ethanol using Swedish Biofuels ATJ technology.

2015-2017
Additional batches were delivered for testing to the Federal Aviation Authority, US Volpe Center and Swedish Materiel Defence Administration (FMV)

2016
ATSM certification for ATJ-SPK (Isobutanol) with a blend rate of 50%

2018
ATSM certification for ATJ-SPK (ethanol) with a blend rate of 50%

2021
Awaiting certification for ATJ-SKA (C2-C5 alcohols) with the potential for 100% blend