Upgrading biomass-derived compounds to value-added products, especially fuels, represents a green route alternative to fossil fuels energy sources. Here, we report an efficient electrosynthesis of a jet fuel precursor hydrofuroin from furfural, which is one of the most valuable compounds derived from biomass. Despite the high value of this process, few studies have been focused on the development of synthetic strategies for electrocatalytic hydrodimerization of furfural to hydrofuroin. In this work, we systematically examine how operating parameters, including the electrolyte, applied potential, furfural concentration, and catalyst nature affect the efficiency of hydrofuroin electrosynthesis in organic media. We show that under the optimized conditions, the electrosynthesis can be carried out in a simple undivided cell with a high faradaic efficiency (up to 74 %) and an excellent hydrofuroin yield (up to 100 %).