Sustainable fuels company Velocys raises £25m in oversubscribed funding round

Cecilia Keating
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An artist's impression of the planned Immingham plant | Credit: Velocys
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An artist's impression of the planned Immingham plant | Credit: Velocys

CEO says firms waste-to-jet fuel technology is now ready for commercial scale deployment

Green jet fuels company Velocys has raised £25m from institutional investors in a "significantly oversubscribed" founding round, the company announced yesterday. The London-listed firm, which is aiming...

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