Why Biofuels?

COP26 Has Ended and Now It’s Time for Action—Drop-In Advanced Renewable Fuels Are a Good Start

As we learned from COP26, we’re shooting for Global Net-Zero by 2050. That is an admirable goal, but we’re already falling behind the pace as a planet. We need action now, and in ways that begin to slow the flow of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere in measurable, meaningful amounts, and yet allow us to...

Billions of Gallons of Sustainable Aviation Fuel Will Reduce the Carbon Intensity of Travel

VIDEO: Learn about sustainable aviation fuel and solving the problems of travel and GHG emissions. As travel restrictions are relaxed and people get back to flying like they used to, it’s as clear as the bright blue sky: The market for aviation fuel isn’t going anywhere. That was always one of the most compelling reasons...

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...

Reducing Air Pollution with Praj

From the rice harvest in India, the rice straw had traditionally been burned, releasing huge clouds of smoke across the countryside. This smoke contains carbon dioxide, which creates substantial impact on public health.

Energy-Dense Liquid Hydrocarbons Can Help Put Us on the Path to Sustainability Immediately

At Gevo, we see a shift in paradigms. The world’s energy needs are not going to shrink anytime soon. Instead we need to change the sources of our energy, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The world needs new ways to power our travel, and Gevo’s energy-dense liquid hydrocarbons will work now. When many people think...

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.

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.

Gevo Video – Food and Fuel

Watch this video to learn about how Gevo uses the different components of corn—starch and protein—to create fuel and animal feed simultaneously. It's all part of the plan to make the most of every kernel to create high-protein animal feed and advanced renewable fuel.

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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