Education

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...
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Low-Carbon Meat and the Circular Economy

The problem of greenhouse gas emissions and climate change is so large that it’s going to take every solution we can figure out. Every source of GHGs can be reduced, including agriculture sources, such as meat.
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Webinar: Clean Cities & Gevo

Municipal governments can take a leadership role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions by partnering with Gevo through a Clean Cities program. The vehicles in service now can help hit emissions targets simply by changing fuel, thanks to our advanced bio-based renewable fuels with net-zero carbon emissions. Watch the webinar to learn more.
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Bill Gates Understands the Importance of Biofuel

Gates shows his understanding of electric vehicles and their limitations, and then suggests that bio-based renewable fuel may play an active role in delivering us to a zero-carbon future.
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Read Whitepapers

Gevo produces whitepapers to help share information about our renewable fuels and our production process, and how we are increasing sustainability up and down the supply chain, and tracking it. Click the cover image or the title to view or download each whitepaper.
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Gevo Values Certification from International Third-Party Groups that Track Sustainability

Gevo, Inc., understands that sustainability is more than just a marketing tool or selling point for its bio-based, renewable fuels. It’s also a metric that can be scientifically measured and documented. The sustainability of any product, along with ethical and credible sourcing, will be a guide for consumers who seek to do the right thing...
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Biobutanol Coalition Requests EPA Relief from Outdated, Restrictive Regulations

While Isobutanol has been approved for blending up to 12.5 volume percent under specific conditions for many years, EPA’s recent approval of the additive up to 16 percent by volume have, by the Agency’s own acknowledgment, resulted in “…… the potential for the widespread introduction of isobutanol into commerce……” This potential is, however, limited by...
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