Many of the biggest technology shifts in history have begun with a tiny molecule. The global transition to embrace alternatives to petroleum - one of the biggest and most challenging transitions – is no different. But, convincing the world’s largest (and most entrenched) oil, gas and chemical companies to replace the substance they’ve depended on for decades with biomass would be the turning point for a new age of clean, sustainable fuels and products.
The key to Renmatix’s ability to provide cost-competitive alternatives to petroleum lies in its technological breakthrough, supercritical hydrolysis. Leveraging its water-based platform, a new age of biorefineries for today’s fuels, plastics and consumer packaged goods, like Coca Cola’s Plantbottle® will come from agriculture waste and residues rather than from depleted oil reserves.
- Leverage joint developments and strategic investments from BASF, Total SA, Bill Gates and others to validate technology.
- Win coveted accolades like the EPA’s Presidential Green Chemistry Award and Bloomberg’s New Energy Pioneer Award.
- Maintain high-level of industry commentary on political and international trends influencing the bio-industry.
Since 2008, the world’s biggest corporations, like BASF, and prolific investors like Bill Gates, have enlisted Renmatix to create a bio-based global economy. Now, with an expanding portfolio of plant-based materials, and recognition from the EPA as well as others, Renmatix has emerged as an industry enabler to make sustainable materials as ubiquitous as its petro-based incumbents for everyday products and fuels.