Pannonia Bio operates a multi-product biorefinery in Tolna County, Hungary. The plant uses state-of-the-art production processes and is a nursery for the development of new bio-based technologies.
Perspective is everything We look at crops differently
Making a Lonely Case for Hungary's Natural Strengths
Budapest Business Journal interview with Eric Sievers
Veggie burgers produced by ethanol industry?
Euractiv's film crew attended Pannonia Bio's Farmer's Day in late September at Dunaföldvár, where local farmers and feed producers have lifted the lid on the food vs. fuel debate.
The CEO of Pannonia Bio received a prestigious award!
On November 18, in Szekszárd, the CEO of Pannonia Bio, Pavel Kudriavtcev, received a special recognition.
Over the last 10 years, Dunaföldvár and Hungary have become the epicenter of European grain biorefining
Climate change, food security, energy crises. The world's innovative companies are constantly looking for solutions to these three challenges in an ever-changing market environment. Pannonia Bio, Europe's largest biorefinery, which has been operating in Dunaföldvár for 10 years, is now starting to commission two major vegetable protein lines - one with a capacity of 60,000 tons of barley protein concentrate and one with a capacity of 20,000 tons of corn protein concentrate, in each case with a view towards further expansions.
This Christmas, Pannonia Bio donated again
For its traditional winter festive donation, Pannonia Bio is supporting to Dunaföldvár with double last year's amount, HUF 15 million.
Pannonia Bio Wins IChemE Global Energy Award 2021
This October, a team of Pannonia Bio engineers and experts were named winners of the IChemE Energy Award 2021 for their success with the project “Decarbonizing biorefineries to produce greener bioethanol”.
Outreach during festive period
For its traditional winter festive donation, Pannonia Bio is supporting Dunaföldvár’s social catering initiative, the construction of a stage and the expansion of playgrounds in the community.
Pannonia Bio's Economic, Social and Environmental Impact Assessment
HÉTFA Research Institute recently published an ex-ante analysis on the macroeconomic impacts of Pannonia Bio.
Macroeconomic impact of Pannonia Bio in Hungary between 2020 and 2024
The ex-ante analysis on the Macroeconomic impact of Pannonia Bio in Hungary between 2020 and 2024, by HÉTFA Research Institute, has been released.
Pannonia Bio update
Pannonia Bio Zrt., Hungary's largest biorefinery, announces that it appointed Pavel Kudriavtcev as its new CEO effective March 2020 and announces the release of a five year economic impact assessment by HETFA Research Institute.
Donating WHO-recommended hand and surface disinfectants to hospitals and health-care facilities
Pannonia Bio recently allocated part of its workforce to produce World Health Organisation (WHO) -approved hand sanitizers and disinfectants.