In Domsjö near Örnsköldsvik, in the midst of the northern forests, lies the cradle of the Swedish chemical industry

SEKAB is one of sweden’s largest cleantech companies and is among europe’s leaders in the field of ethanol and biorefinery technology.

SEKAB recruits expert on biofuels

Jan 14, 2014

SEKAB has hired Lena Nordgren as the company’s new expert on renewable fuels. She will be working with SEKAB’s ED95 biofuel for buses and lorries.

SEKAB E-Technology is looking for an experienced Business Development Manager

Sep 18, 2013

We are now looking for a ’natural force’ in sales and project management for SEKAB E-Technology ‘s CelluApp™ business area. Are you the person we are looking for?

SEKAB signs partner agreement with Wine & Agro LLP. New sales and logistics agreement opens doors for European expansion

May 30, 2013

SEKAB, a leading player in the field of the ethanol based chemicals and biofuels, today announced a partner agreement with Wine & Agro LLP. According to the agreement, SEKAB will act as a sales agent for the marketing and sale of Russian high quality bioethanol in the European market.

SEKAB Welcomes SP’s Engagement in the Biorefinery Demo Plant

May 08, 2013

SEKAB E-Technology welcomes SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden’s (SP) engagement in the Biorefinery Demo Plant in Örnsköldsvik, previously known as the Ethanol Pilot. SP and SEKAB have signed an agreement, which ensures continued operations of the demonstration plant. SP is planning to expand the operation’s focus to the development of additional sustainable products from various types of biomass. The future partners and customers consist of companies, universities and research institutes that are looking to develop next generation fuels and green chemicals.

Davy Process Technology Ltd and SEKAB E-Technology AB Form Strategic Partnership

Mar 13, 2013

Davy Process Technology Ltd and SEKAB E-Technology join forces in the development of groundbreaking technology for the production of lignocellulosic sugars, for onward production of ethanol and other green chemicals.

SEKAB launches web pages on sustainability

Dec 13, 2012

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.

Effective enzymes for the degradation of cellulose – SEKAB and Dyadic in cooperation on verification

Sep 17, 2012

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. During the spring, a project was completed within the framework of the EU project DISCO, together with the research and developments centre of the global biotechnology company Dyadic International.

Delivery company, Kyl & Frysexpressen runs on second generation ethanol from SEKAB

Jun 18, 2012

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.

SEKAB’s Ethanol Based Biofuels First to Receive Sustainability Decision from the Swedish Energy Agency

Jan 12, 2012

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.

SEKAB E-Technology AB Ends its Operational Commitment in the Ethanol Pilot

Dec 09, 2011

SEKAB announced today that the company will end the operation and collaboration agreement for maintenance and operation of the Ethanol Pilot, owned by EPAB (Ethanol Pilot of Sweden AB). SEKAB has been working with EPAB to secure the occupancy and financing required for the continued operation of the Ethanol Pilot, but so far without results. SEKAB has informed the staff and called for Works Council Consultation negotiations (MBL-förhandling) regarding layoffs of up to 25 employees.

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