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Sustainable Aviation Fuel, Changing What Is Possible

By Dr. Patrick Gruber, PhD, CEO, Gevo, Inc. Air travel has taken some serious lumps over the last couple of years. The pandemic hit, and fear of infection and crowded airports and planes combined with travel restrictions to reduce passenger flow to a trickle. Social media became a forum to highlight scenes of reduced air...
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Generating RNG from Dairy Cow Manure

Gevo expects to generate renewable natural gas, or RNG, by collecting manure from dairy farms. This concept fits in with our philosophy of addition by subtraction: We simultaneously seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) as we figure out ways to generate usable renewable energy from the process. According to Our World In Data, food...
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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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Cities Can Take the Lead to Cut Pollution and Improve Air Quality

Advanced bio-based renewable fuels can reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of cities today and begin to solve the world’s carbon-footprint problems at the same time.
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Low-Carbon, Bio-Based Sustainable Aviation Fuel

The aviation industry faces substantial challenges to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and improve environmental sustainability in the face of rapid growth. The International Air Transport Association expects the number of flights in 2019 to be 40 million worldwide, with growth in jet-fuel demand estimated at 3 billion gallons per year. Simultaneously, the industry has...
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