Fuelling Africa's Growth
Sunbird Bioenergy is a developer and operator of large-scale renewable fuel and low-carbon power projects leading the net-zero energy transition in Africa.
Sustainable Climate Change Solutions
Powered by Agriculture
Bioenergy projects decarbonise the transportation and power sectors whilst creating substantial benefits for farmers and the national economy.
We are developing technology solutions to decarbonise the transportation sector and enable countries to export renewable fuels.
News and Insights
The Board, Managment and Staff of Sunbird Bioenergy Zambia join the nation in congratulating the President His Excellency, Mr. Hakainde...
President Julius Maada Bio Reviews Sunbird’s Renewable Energy Project
His Excellency Julius Maada Bio, President of Sierra Leone, inspects Sunbird Bioenergy’s renewable energy project that is located in the...
BBC Africa Interview with Subhash Abeywickrama
Subhash Abeywickrama, COO of Sunbird Bioenergy Sierra Leone, discusses the supply of 32 MW of renewable power to the government of Sierra...
Sugarcane Ratooning and Field Mantenance
Ratooning and field maintenance has commenced at Sunbird Bioenergy Sierra Leone in preparation of the 2021 production season. More than...
Supply of Ethanol for Hand Sanitizer
Sunbird Bioenergy is supplying 96% (v/v) ethanol for the hand-sanitizer market, FOB Port of Freetown, Sierra Leone. When it comes to...
Sunbird's renewable transportation fuel reduces GHG emissions by up to 80% compared to fossil fuels.
Waste biomass and MSW produces baseload low-carbon electricity and heat for industrial customers.
Bioenergy technology pathways to green hydrogen, ammonia and methanol for later use and export.
We deliver environmental, social and economic impact for our host governments and communities, measuring our impact against the UN Social Development Goals (SDGs).
Delivering for all Stakeholders
Reduce Carbon Emissions
Renewable fuel and power produced from bioenergy substantially reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
Domestic production of renewable energy ensures reliable supply and insulates from price shocks.
Reduced importation of fuel reduces foreign exchange and redirects funds into the domestic economy.
New skilled jobs created in administration, logistics, maintenance, operations, process engineering and R&D.
Associated out-grower programs create substantial economic opportunities for small-scale farmers.
Increased infrastructure and local wealth contributes to rural development and poverty alleviation.