Bio-based feedstocks play an important role in creating a circular economy. Making biofuel or chemicals from biofeedstocks typically has a lower carbon footprint than the fossil fuel-based processes. Therefore, transforming biofeedstocks is considered as one of the energy transition pillars.
Despite sustainability advantages, many chemical and polymer makers have been reluctant to actively pursue large-scale use of biofeedstocks mainly due to economics and process complexities.
Read real-world examples of how digital technologies can help model and scale your biofeedstock processes.