As Biofuels Digest’s Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference drew to a close last week, Jim Lane’s team released their list of the #Hot50 – the 50 hottest companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy – and RSB was incredibly pleased to see so many of our members, operators and partners acknowledged. The list recognises innovation and achievements in the developing bioeconomy and is voted on by readers of Biofuels Digest and select panellists.
RSB members receiving special notice in the #Hot50, include LanzaTech – who took top place for the third year, having previously been voted number 1 in 2017 and 2015 – Amyris, BASF, Fulcrum BioEnergy, Neste, Boeing and Gevo. These companies collectively represent huge market value and influence and RSB is incredibly pleased to partner with such dynamic and innovative organisations to deliver sustainable solutions for the bioeconomy.
All of these companies are committed to a sustainable future that considers social, environmental and economic impacts through the transition to a just and green economy. Each one is working to build sustainability into their foundations and being recognised by the industry as among the most innovative is a powerful signal for their colleagues in the bioeconomy
Rolf Hogan, RSB’s Executive Director, has this to say, “Biofuels Digest is a powerful name in the industry and to have their readers and panellists acknowledge so many of our partner organisations really shows that the most innovative brands are ready to take their commitment to sustainability to the next level. RSB provides a platform for collaboration that allows our members to think and influence outside their specialist area, supporting them to find the big-picture solutions that are changing our world for the better.”
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