Curbing climate change requires emission reductions in all essential emission sectors.

In Finland, the portion of emissions from traffic is significant. Finland has committed to halving traffic emissions by 2030 compared to the 2005 level.

Second-generation biofuels produced from sustainable raw materials are the most important means of reducing emissions from the current vehicle fleet.

At NordFuel, we are working on fighting climate change by preparing the construction of a modern biorefinery in Haapavesi, Northern Ostrobothnia. After completion, the biorefinery will produce bioethanol, biogas, and lignin from domestic raw materials, replacing imported fossil fuels.

250 employees

A full truckload of traffic 2G fuel every fifth hour

Two truckloads of raw material every hour; sawdust, woodchips

Bioethanol for 400,000 cars (10 % blend)

€400 million investment

Biogas for 15,000 vehicles

NordFuel is preparing a modern biorefinery in Haapavesi.

The biorefinery will produce bioethanol, biogas and lignin from sustainable raw materials.