Delivering the next generation of sustainable fuels

Velocys enables sustainable fuels for aviation and heavy goods transport, using waste materials, to cut greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality.

Combining transformative technology, operational expertise and a partnership approach, we are working on commercial projects, today, that deliver the fuels of tomorrow.

Featured News

Velocys featured in the Financial Times
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Velocys completes Red Rock Biofuels reactor order
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Further F4C grant from Department of Transport
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NELC Planning Committee approves waste-to-jet-fuel plant
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Fuel from waste: a sustainable solution to today's problems

There is a climate emergency, and global fuel demand is increasing. We can help reduce the impact aviation has on the climate – the toughest area of transport – and at the same time deal with household and forestry waste. We take what the world doesn't want and we turn it into something valuable.

Demonstrated at commercial scale. Ready for the future

The Velocys solution combines commercially demonstrated processes with proprietary technology to make sustainable fuels from gasified waste materials.

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Our technology is currently being deployed in commercial projects in the United States and the United Kingdom. In collaboration with companies like British Airways and Shell, we’re making sustainable aviation a reality.

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Our Mission

We are here to help reduce the environmental footprint of aviation and heavy goods transport through a reliable supply of sustainable fuels. In doing so, we want to play our part in creating a more sustainable future for travellers, companies and people everywhere.


An aviation industry with net zero carbon emissions

A fuel supply built entirely on sustainable feedstocks

No land use changes caused by fuel requirements

No landfill or waste contaminating the environment

Businesses recognised for reducing their climate impact