Partnerships in New Products

(D.O.E.) Department of Energy

AVAPCo a subsidiary of GranBio has been a collaborating with the D.O.E. for more than 12 years having delivered three projects in time and budget. In 2023 AVAPCo was awarded a $80 million dollar cost sharing grant to build a demonstration plant to produce Sustainable Aviation Fuel using cane residue and wood chips.



Novozymes has been a partner of GranBio’s since 2013 as main enzyme supplier of BIoFlex I Plant. Novozymes is global lader in industrial enzyme production.


Aditya Birla

The partnership with Birla started in 2017 with the objective to co-develop and commercialize green tires using GranBio’s nanocellulose as composite with carbon black in rubber master batches.

The AdityaBirla Group is an Indian multinational conglomerate operating in 100 countries with more than 140,000 employees and businesses in pulp&paper, textile, carbon black and renewable energy



The Australian CSIRO presented itself as a potential technological partner of GranBio in 2021, by demonstrating its development of recombinant DNA technology for oil production in high productivity perennial plants. Now the parties cooperate with a focus on GranBio's energy cane potential.



In 2015 DSM and GranBio partnered to develop an renewable solution to produce succinic acid from cellulosic sugars made by AVAP.



GranBio and VTT, from Finland, formalized partnerships with the objective of accelerating the development of enzymatic technologies for the hydrolysis of biomass.