RedOx biofuel collaboration

RedOx Biofuels and Mitsubishi Corporation have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly commercialise a process to convert non-food feed-stocks into ethanol


RedOx Biofuels and Mitsubishi Corporation have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly commercialise a process to convert non-food feed-stocks into ethanol.



The companies said that the partnership reflects their joint view that sustainable, low carbon fuels, like those developed by Hethel, Norfolk based RedOx Biofuels, represent the future of transportation fuels.



Kim Ogaard-Nielsen, CEO of RedOx, said: ‘With Mitsubishi Corporation’s global presence, its access to feed-stock, as well as its links to down-stream distribution we have found the ideal partner to bring our electro-chemical biofuels solution to the next level.’



RedOx uses its proprietary Metal Mediated Reduction Oxidation (MMR) synthesis technology to make ethanol, other biofuels, and high-value chemicals.