Case study: Sunshine Kaidi's €1 billion biomass-to-liquids biorefinery

Key Players

Sunshine Kaidi New Energy Group, a Chinese renewable energy company, recently announced a €1 billion ($1.12 billion) investment in Finland to construct a 200,000 metric tons per year wood-based biofuels facility. Sunshine Kaidi formed Kaidi Finland with Finnish consulting firm Spi...

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