Fuel tech company in running for Logistics Leadership innovation award

A British fuel tech company which has developed technologies to reduce fuel consumption, emissions and pollution from fossil and biofuels has been shortlisted for a prestigious innovation award.

British fuel tech company, SulNOx, has been shortlisted for an innovation award for its technologies developed to reduce fuel consumption, emissions and pollution.

SulNOx Group Plc is in the running for the innovation prize at the Logistics Leadership Awards which will take place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Stratford-upon-Avon this Wednesday, 9 November.

London-based SulNOx Group specialises in providing responsible solutions towards decarbonisation of liquid hydrocarbon fuels. Through extensive real-world road tests, its all natural SulNOxEco™ Fuel Conditioners have been proven to reduce fuel consumption by up to 10% representing significant reductions in greenhouse gases.  The technology also reduces the production of particulate matter PM10 and PM2.5. In tests, its products have been shown to reduce PM2.5 by over 60%.

Innovation making a significant difference to businesses

Ben Richardson, CEO of SulNOx Group, said: “We are delighted that, once again, SulNOx technology has been recognised by industry. We have achieved tremendous results with our products and have had those results independently verified. Our green technologies can not only save individuals and businesses a great deal of money, it can also significantly reduce the emissions they are pumping out.

“We have a solution which has been scientifically proven to reduce carbon emissions and improve efficiency. It is already being used in the haulage industry, the public transport industry and in other commercial vehicles and our data shows it could result in a reduction of 2.8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent across UK commercial road transportation, equivalent to taking 1.4 million cars off the roads.”

SulNOx users demonstrate that they are practically delivering on ESG and sustainability pledges to their customers. SulNOx adopters and those who encourage SulNOx use in their supply chains, are enhancing their green credentials, an increasingly important question when winning new business or indeed retaining existing clients.”

Logistic Leaders Network was founded in 2010 to provide a networking platform for logistics leaders to understand, debate and share views on key strategic supply chain and logistics issues impacting on their business performance.

“Innovation can make a significant difference to the business of its customers” the network said.

SulNOx Group’s technologies have previously been recognised by liquid fuel trade association UKIFDA, who awarded supplier ElimiNOX with its Fuel Oil News sponsored innovation award earlier this year.