Corn and the Carbon Cycle

Gevo CEO Dr. Patrick Gruber Testifies Before Congress: House Committee on Agriculture 2022 Review of Farm Bill: Energy and Renewable Energy

Dr. Patrick Gruber, CEO of Gevo, Inc., testified on the topics of Energy and Renewable Energy. His testimony put several salient facts before the Committee on Agriculture for the 2022 Review of the Farm Bill. Dr. Gruber testified that, according to the EPA, roughly 75 percent of greenhouse gas emissions come from fossil fuels used...

Gevo Believes Argonne GREET Is the Superior Model

We can’t improve what we don’t measure. No matter how good the science and technology are, if we’re not accounting for all aspects of the emissions from transportation, industrial processes, and agriculture, there is no way to meet the lofty goals needed to protect the planet, nor can participants be appropriately compensated. Life-cycle analysis (LCA),...

Gevo Believes Argonne GREET Counts Carbon Intensity the Best Way We Know How

Argonne GREET was developed to consider carbon intensity related to the energy and environmental effects of fuels and vehicle technologies. The DOE has supported its implementation in the fuel market, and we believe it is the best model for U.S.-based companies. Here’s why: GREET rewards enterprise and ingenuity—when science gains a deeper understanding of how...

Gevo Leverages Nature’s Carbon Sequestration System to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

At Gevo, we believe farming is the key to a “carbon revolution,” where agriculture shifts from incidental to intentional in its fight against climate change. Farmers are already beginning to implement growing techniques on a large scale to capture vast quantities of atmospheric carbon dioxide and put it in the ground via root systems. The...

What Gevo Fuels and Processes Leave Out

At Gevo, we build our entire business around sustainability. That’s the whole principle behind our new Net-Zero 1 plant that we’re building in Lake Preston, South Dakota, where we expect to create energy-dense liquid hydrocarbons through processes that are sustainable.

Gevo Partner Farmers Use Advanced Techniques to Build Better Soil and Improve Yield

By Dr. Pat Gruber, PhD, CEO, Gevo, Inc. Gevo’s partner farmers place their rows to optimize organic soil content year to year. The world is changing, quickly, and right before our very eyes. At Gevo we think this change is good: People are demonstrating their ability and willingness to change their opinions about important issues...