May 15, 2019
API Europe will give a presentation at BIOFOREVER workshop in Cologne Germany on Friday May 17th 2019
The intention of the workshop is also to create interest amongst workshop participants to explore participation in biorefinery projects as feedstock suppliers, for the off-take of ethanol, cellulosic sugars or other bio-based products and/or as investors.
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April 4, 2019
Theodora Retsina, American Process CEO speaks at ABLC 2019 about Open Innovation in Biorefineries and the plans of American Process
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April 1, 2019
Theodora Retsina, American Process CEO speaks at the AICHE 15th Spring meeting in New Orleans on "Innovating and Scaling up in biomass based biorefineries – Lessons learned"
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March 18, 2019
TRHoldco LLC, Theodora Retsina’s holding company, is announcing its separation from GranBio in the GranAPI JV, and the beginning of a new era for American Process.
March 18, 2019
In the separation, TR Holdco retained ownership of American Process brand name, the American Process engineering business, API-Europe, certain IP rights and access to the Thomaston biorefinery R&D center. Under the leadership of Theodora Retsina, Steve Rutherford and Vesa Pylkkanen, American Process will continue to be active in the biomass renewables space in R&D, technology development, engineering and building of biorefinery plants.
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March 14, 2017
According to Bio-based News, Theodora Retsina, CEO at API is among the 8 women who have distinguished themselves in the bioeconomy in 2016
March 14, 2017
With their huge competences and their infinite passion, they are the stars of the world bioeconomy.
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September 01, 2016
API Europe Receives Funding from EU Horizon 2020 for the conversion of woody biomass to lignocellulosic sugars and nanocellulose
Belgium, Europe, September 2016
API Europe (Athens, Greece), an affiliate of American Process Inc. (Atlanta, GA), is one of 14 partners under the BIOFOREVER PROJECT, “BIO-based products from FORestry via Economically Viable European Routes”, to receive funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 program. A number of pre-treatment and subsequent conversion technologies will be demonstrated by various partners, including delivering commercialization routes for the most promising value-added products.
Theodora Retsina CEO of API Europe, commented “We are delighted to be part of BIOFOREVER consortium and to collaborate with the other members on this exciting European project. Woody biomass is an important European feedstock to fuel the bioeconomy and we look forward to evaluating the many different types of biomass included in the BIOFOREVER project. Biorefineries, as envisioned in BIOFOREVER, that produce commodity fuels and chemicals as well as high-value co-products like nanocellulose will have the most financial viability and impact.”

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