Novozymes wins biofuels leadership award

Novozymes wins biofuels leadership award

5:06 AM, 16th March 2012
Novozymes wins biofuels leadership award

BAGSVAERD, DENMARK: Novozymes wins the biofuels leadership award, a recognition for leadership in the area of sustainable biofuels at the World Biofuels Markets Sustainable Biofuels Awards 2012. The company is progressing toward creating a biobased economy. Judged by an elite panel of independent industry experts, the Sustainable Biofuels Awards are designed to recognize the tremendous innovation that is taking place in the development of truly sustainable and renewable fuels.

“Sustainability is an integrated part of how we do business. Our biological solutions enable companies to produce more with a smaller environmental impact. Biofuels enzymes not only help save fossil fuels but also drive the world toward a cleaner, energy efficient and a better tomorrow,” said Anders Lau Tuxen, Energy Strategist, Novozymes.

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