Making environmental sustainability a commercial proposition by converting used cooking oils into biofuel at scale.

Neutral Fuels creates local Net Zero biodiesel from waste, significantly reducing carbon emissions and making environmental sustainability a commercial proposition. After nearly a decade making Net Zero biofuels in the fossil fuel capital of the world (with no subsidies, no carbon credits, and no tax incentives), Neutral Fuels determined that the only sustainable way to make net-zero biofuel is to make it from waste. The company has also pioneered the use of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors coupled with their apps to optimize waste and fuel, saving time and money for their customers. 

In April 2019, Neutral Fuels listed the Middle East's first green bond on the Frankfurt and Dublin stock exchanges. The company is currently drawing down on this $50m facility to fund its expansion into new locations, with Net Zero biofuel facilities operational in Dubai, Bahrain and Delhi India, now expanding into South Africa.
Neutral Fuels is a member of TNG Holdings (The Neutral Group), an international cleantech organization founded in 2006 to build sustainability strategies for the logistics, energy and hospitality industries and to execute significant reductions in energy spend and CO2 emissions. The BVI company is headquartered in Dubai for easy access to the APMEA region (Asia/Pacific/Middle East/Africa).


Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Karl Feilder

Karl Feilder (Chairman & CEO at Neutral Fuels) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since September 2019 after participating in Unreasonable Impact Asia Pacific 2019.

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