Developing bioproducts for Europes circular change 2024!

Hemp Innovations invent and develop products that reduces CO2 with

industrial hemp. We grow and develop Industrial Hemp in Scandinavia and Europe.

HempOffCert reduces CO2 four times more for your company!

One hectare of Hemp absorbs 15 tonnes of CO2 in only 100 days

HempLand Converts traditional crops into circular hemp products

Lease your land and cultivate Hemp together with us.

HempHeat saves energy

and the planet

Hemp Pellets replaces the coal and wood pellet markets.

HempFuel will replace 70% of all flight fuel by 2050!

The European Green Deal demands renewable energy!

HempBuild homes reduces CO2!

Hemp offers many environmental benefits that builders and policymakers seek when creating a carbon-neutral product that is also resistant to fire, mold and weather.

HempPlast replaces 90%

of all plastic products

Hemp is reconstructed into a composite bioplastic that is 100% biodegradable.

HempTex needs 80% less water than cotton!

Hemp made textiles is the strongest and most durable of all natural fibers

Carbon Certificates proves your brands CO2 reduction

Four times more absorption of CO2

Industrial hemp absorbs and sequester four times more carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere than any other crop on earth.

One hectare of hemp can absorb between 9 and 15 tonnes of CO2 within one growth cycle of 100 days, making it one of the most effective plants for carbon sequestration.

Hemp creates new carbon sinks!

As hemp grows, it takes in CO2 from the air and uses it to fuel photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert sunlight into energy.

The plant’s roots absorb CO2 from the soil, which is then stored in the plant’s biomass and creates new carbon sinks.

The absorption doesn't stop

Unlike other crops, which may release carbon back into the atmosphere during decomposition or harvest.

Hemp can continue to store carbon even after it has been processed into products such as textiles or building materials.

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Lease your land and enable the cultivation of Industrial Hemp.

Join our Program and improve profits per hectare.

It's all very simple!

We help you with our expertise and we make sure that the crop is sold to the highest market price. The better yield and plant quality you get, the more profit you make.

You can saw, cultivate and harvest the seeds we provide or just lease your land to our farmers.

We guarantee that you make more profits than ever before. Hemp cultivation enables crop rotation, enhancing soil health, creating habitats for diverse organisms, and promoting overall biodiversity.

Gain benefits from Industrial Hemp

The cultivation of industrial hemp brings substantial advantages to biodiversity.

In addition to being a “carbon negative” crop, hemp prevents soil erosion, can be cultivated over and over again on the same land and can even reduce water pollution.

Hemp naturally inhibits weed growth, reducing the need for herbicides and safeguarding plant diversity.

Hemp’s pollen and nectar-rich flowers attract a wide range of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects, supporting their populations and contributing to pollinator conservation efforts.

Promote a circular economy!

The potential for industrial hemp to sequester carbon and reduce greenhouse gas emissions is significant. By incorporating hemp into our agricultural practices and industrial processes, we can not only reduce our carbon footprint but also create a more sustainable and resilient future.

It is likely that we will see more and more farmers and industries turn to this remarkable crop as a tool for combating climate change. Additionally, the use of hemp products can help reduce waste and promote a circular economy, as many hemp products are biodegradable and can be composted at the end of their lifecycle.

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Coal is the single biggest negative contributor to global climate change.

Hemp biomass is a disruptor to both the coal, and the wood pellet markets.

The single biggest contributor to global climate change

Coal is the single biggest negative contributor to global climate change. Hemp pellets replaces both the coal, and the wood pellet markets.

Our pellets are made from hemp biomass, mostly from the stalk of the plant which can be compressed into a pellet with no additives. They are used by large-scale power generators in the UK, Europe and Asia to produce reliable renewable power, enabling the transition from burning coal.

Saving up to 100 years worth of tree growth

Burning coal releases more greenhouse gases than any other form of energy production and poisons our natural environments.

Hemp pellets are equally good as wood pellets but grows in 100 days instead of 40-100 years.

Removing the need for transmission emissions

Hemp can be cultivated locally to a power station or directly to homes removing the need for significant transmission emissions.

Growing locally provides not only renewable power for communities, but employment and diversified revenue streams for farmers, benefits to soil health, and low emissions through a massive reduction in required transportation.

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Hemp can produce more than 800 litres of biodiesel per hectare per year – and methanol and ethanol for the jetfuel industry.

A massively growing demand for greener ways

• The “Fit for 55” legislation to deliver the The European Green Deal needs renewable energy.

• 85% of all transport energy today derives from fossil fuel

• 70% of all flight fuel shall be renewable by 2050

• In Sweden 100% of all flight fuel shall be renewable by 2030, equalling 1 billion tons of bio-fuel!

Delivering methanol, ethanol & biodiesel

• EUs new law limits the extraction of forest material. Hemp can deliver Methanol, Ethanol and Biodiesel!

• Today biofuel is made from wood, paper and animal products.

Enabling fossil-free flight & greener industries

• Hemp can provide that lack of raw material with the stalks rich of Cellulose and Lignin!

Lignin is the second most common component after cellulose in plants.

• Researchers have now succeeded in producing biofuel from lignin.

• New opportunities to use the lignin for, for example, chemistry and the pharmaceutical industry, or to enable fossil-free flight.

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Hemp offers many environmental benefits that builders and policymakers seek when creating a carbon-neutral product that is also resistant to fire, mold and weather.

Saving valueable time and creates a greener future

Hemp blocks are a bit costlier than traditional building products, but they help address environmental issues and can shave up to 30 percent off a typical construction schedule.

Time which might even make the construction as a whole, even cheaper.

Increase your output without increasing your workforce

The hemp blocks require no special skills to assemble, reducing the number of workers needed on site. “They go together like Legos,” according to construction specialists.

30% Reduction in production-time with easy blocks

The simplicity allows for speed: A building constructed from ready-to-use hemp blocks can chop up to 30 percent off the typical production schedule, with no need for cement joints or the drying time required with traditional concrete blocks.

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Our bioplastics offer a game-changing solution to manufacturers who wish to produce affordable products that benefit our planet.

Achive up to 25-100% reduction in plastic use

Only about 9% of plastic produced is recycled.

Our customers can achieve 25%-100% reduction in plastic use by switching to our more sustainable Hemp Plastics. 

Creating virtually unlimited possibilities, quick, easy and affordable

We create innovative biocomposite and bioplastic plastic alternatives that can reduce your carbon footprint and plastic use.

We are committed to helping our customers reduce fossil fuel plastic and carbon emissions quickly, easily and affordably. 

Easily transformed into other valueable compounds

Hemp is rich of Cellulose and Lignin that easily can be transformed into lactose acids and plastic molecule chains.

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Circular fibers never go out of style and Hemp is the

standard fiber of the world since 10 000 years.

Stronger & absorbing much more CO2

Stronger than cotton and absorbing much more CO2 from the air its an outstanding plant to use for fabric production.

Great durability

It has great tensile strength and durability. Garments commonly made with hemp include dresses, skirts, pants, jackets, T-shirts, hoodies, and clothing for children. In particular, this type of fabric is highly popular for T-shirts since it is resistant to wear and tear.

Highly breathable

In addition, hemp is a lightweight fabric, which means that it is highly breathable, and it also effectively facilitates the passage of moisture from the skin to the atmosphere, so it is ideal for hot climates and activities. It is easy also highly resistant to mold, mildew, and potentially harmful microbes.

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The world of the Hemp Innovators

The global hemp market will grow to US$ 23.4 Billion by 2024

Introducing AI in hemp farming leads to faster CO2

Experience the game-changing potential of AI in hemp farming. Elevate precision, automate tasks, and predict yields by optimizing environmental factors. AI's role in seed-to-sale tracking ensures transparency and compliance, fostering competitive advantages for innovative businesses in the burgeoning hemp industry.

Modern technology are already utilized in the Netherlands

The machine efficiently separates hemp tops and leaves from fiber-rich stems in one step. Processed tops and leaves are used for CBD oil or hemp tea. It also threshes hemp seeds. Stems are left on the ground, then baled after rotting for use in textiles or composites.

Hemp is used on interior and exterior of zero-carbon flat house in Cambridgeshire

Practice Architecture partnered with hemp farmers to swiftly erect a carbon-neutral home in Cambridgeshire, England. The "Flat House" features hemp-based prefab panels and operates off-grid with a biomass boiler and solar panels. Emphasizing natural materials and minimal carbon footprint, the project showcases sustainable construction and innovative hemp usage.

Hemp is, by far, earth’s premier, renewable natural resource.

Jack Herer, known as the "Emperor of Hemp," advocated for cannabis and hemp. He highlighted hemp's potential to replace fossil fuels, paper, textiles, and more, benefiting the environment. His book, The Emperor Wears No Clothes, is a cornerstone in campaigns for cannabis decriminalization, legalization, and industrial hemp utilization.

Modern hemp products delivered in a beautiful and sustainable way

This website offers products sourced from Tasmanian farmland. Hemp seeds, rich in protein, omega-3 & -6, vitamins, and minerals, provide nutritionally abundant and hypoallergenic dietary options. With an emphasis on sustainability, hemp seeds are a planet-friendly protein source. Moreover, they offer an alternative to depleting fish stocks for omega oils, addressing environmental concerns. The platform provides information on various hemp products and their benefits.

About us

We redefine sustainability by transforming bioinnovations into jet fuel, house heating, cosmetics, plastics, paper and packaging for a new circular economy.

We are Renewable changemakers!

We accelerate bioinnovation at scale for the transition into a circular economy driven by the new “Fit for 55” legislation to deliver the European Green Deal in order to reach the aim of 45% renewable energy by 2030.


Bioinnovation by Industrial Hemp for a circular economy


Becoming a leading European contributor to the new circular economy with industrial hemp!

About Industrial Hemp:

Industrial hemp is legal all over the world has multiple uses within agriculture, textiles, recycling, automotive, furniture, food and beverages, paper, construction materials, and personal care. 

Hemp is the world’s most natural fiber. It has great tensile strength and durability. Industrial hemp is used for more than 50,000 products, ranging

from rope to biofuel.

The wooden shivers remaining after the fiber has been removed contains more than 77% cellulose, which can be used to produce more than 25,000 products, ranging from dynamite to cellophane.

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Our Founders

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Hemp Innovations Europe AB 

Husarviksgatan 18 

115 47 Stockholm