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We Expect to Be a World Leader in Sustainability and Support the United Nations and Its Sustainable Development Goals

Gevo is a company built on sustainability, growth, improvement, and innovation. As such, our goals align closely with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set forth by the United Nations. Whether we are hiring new professionals, developing renewable energy solutions for our commercial plants, or working with the farmers to store carbon when growing our industrial...

The Inflation Reduction Act Is Expected to Energize Our Business and the Shift to Renewable Energy

The Inflation Reduction Act, otherwise known as “IRA,” was signed into law in August and promises to be helpful to many companies working in the energy transition and in particular those in the renewable energy industry. “The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act is a game changer and is expected to reward companies like ours...

Gevo Breaks Ground on Net-Zero 1 Site in Lake Preston, South Dakota

Gevo held the groundbreaking of its first commercial-scale sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facility, Net-Zero 1 (NZ1) in Lake Preston, South Dakota. Gevo’s management team was joined today by a large contingent of dignitaries and honored guests, including government officials, representatives from partner companies and customers, business leaders, local farmers, and members of the media to...

Another Momentous Milestone Achieved: Gevo Has Purchased the Land for the New Net-Zero 1 Facility

Gevo has closed on the purchase of approximately 245 acres near Lake Preston, South Dakota, for its first commercial-scale sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facility, Net-Zero 1. We initially optioned the site for purchase in December of 2020, and we chose this site because it is very favorable for producing low-carbon SAF. Gevo completed more than...

Fuel Sales Agreement with American Airlines is Latest Success in Gevo’s Quest to Achieve Billion Gallon Target

Gevo announced a new fuel sales agreement with American Airlines, Inc., which sets forth the terms for the sale of 100 million gallons per year of sustainable aviation fuel for a five-year term. Gevo’s future commercial operations are expected to fulfill the order and delivery is expected to begin in 2026. Gevo estimates that the...

Recent Sales Agreements Expand the Impact of Gevo Sustainable Aviation Fuel Around the World

Gevo has been working to spread the word about the impact of its sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). It seems the world is beginning to understand how Gevo is pursuing multiple pathways to commercialize SAF and scale production, including our homegrown isobutanol pathway, as well as ethanol-to-jet pathways. And the message is spreading, if the recent...

A Partnership Between Gevo and Google Cloud Expects to Enable Users to Track and Verify Emissions Using Datasets and Analytics Tools

Gevo, Inc. is partnering with Google Cloud to measure and verify the efficacy of next-generation biofuels across the supply chain via full lifecycle sustainability data tracking. Using technology developed by Verity Tracking, a division of Gevo, the collaboration is expected to enable users to track and verify emissions using datasets and analytics tools from Google...

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),...
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