Ensus’s aim is to become a leading provider of sustainable bioethanol to the European transport fuels market by refining arable crops such as wheat into food and fuel. Ensus refineries will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve food and energy, security and reduce European demand for animal feed imports that contribute to global deforestation. Ensus’ approach to making bioethanol by refining wheat grown in Europe is sustainable and offers a renewable and environmentally friendly additive for petrol driven vehicles. Production on the first plant at Wilton began in Feb 2010.
10 Oct 2019
Ensus welcomes government move on no-deal tariffs
Teesside-based bioethanol manufacturer Ensus has welcomed the government’s update to the Temporary Tariff Regime in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. The announcement by HM Treasury and the Department for International Trade followed discussions…