Celtic Renewables patented technology converts low-value byproducts, residues and waste into high-value green chemicals which directly displace chemicals made from gas and oil in the manufacturing process and lower the carbon footprint of everyday products like skin creams, nail varnish, household cleaning products, paints, medicines and vitamins.
From Louis Pasteur’s first biobutanol observation in 1861 to the launch of Celtic Renewables in 2012, follow the fascinating history of the ABE industry.
Celtic Renewables is widely regarded as one of the most innovative new sustainable cleantech companies in the UK. In a relatively short existence, the company has generated an exceptional global profile and awareness for our patented low-carbon process technology.
To learn about our journey, view our timeline…
The company’s first production plant – and Scotland’s first biorefinery – is currently under construction at Caledon Green in Grangemouth, Scotland.
Learn more about our flagship Caledon Green facility.