Why Biofuels Make Sense

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...

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.

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 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...

The Ethics and Morals of Renewable Fuel

Sustainability is a principle that makes sense on every level. For Gevo, it means adhering to the highest standards of environmental and economic responsibility, using the latest synthetic biology and industrial chemistry to achieve something that’s better for us, and for the whole world.

Gevo Partners with Mother Nature to Create Advanced Fuels

Gevo takes fuel technology to the next level, by building its advanced fuels molecule by molecule. This way, we can add the good characteristics and attributes we want, rather than trying to strip away the parts that are bad for the environment. Watch the video below to see how it works.