English, Colo, September 27, 2021 (Globo Newsweire) – Gevo, Inc. It includes dumping ethanol and bio-based alcohol, improving bio-based diesel and jet-fuel products.
USPP has issued a US patent number 11,078,433 under the heading “Changing C Compounds.”2-C8 Olives to jet fuel and / or diesel fuel is highly biodegradable. The patent process introduces a new technology and path to hydrocarbons that did not exist before. This will create an opportunity for Gevo to duplicate ethanol production to meet the demand for renewable diesel and jet fuel.
Protecting patents to develop, implement, and measure technology that can be used to produce residual hydrocarbon fuels is in line with Gevo’s business model. When combined with Gevo’s integrated systems, these fuels, recycled agriculture and fossil fuels, can generate net zero greenhouse gas emissions over the life cycle of the product.
“We have been working for many years to convert alcohol into hydrocarbons. Ethanol, combined with other sustainable practices, can be a good feeder for renewable energy. The technology behind this innovation is unique in that it provides high-quality diesel fuel and can produce SAF if we want, ”said Dr. Patrick Gruber, CEO of Givo. We believe in the “net-zero” approach. We need to consider carbon and related emissions throughout the trading system. We need to pay attention to renewable carbon sources and the energy involved in the production of petroleum products. But that is not all. We must also pay attention to the key sustainability characteristics of the business system, such as agriculture, land use, protein production, water and so on. From our work on Net-Zero 1, we firmly believe that pure zero hydrocarbons are possible and commercially viable. We need to work harder to reduce ethanol.
“This patent covers flexible technology to convert high-quality renewable fuel or jet fuel from ethanol into a simple catalytic process. In some parts of the world, renewable oil production is reasonable, while in others, large jet fuel can be a viable economic solution. There is a lot of duplication in the production technology used to convert ethanol or isobuthanol into hydrocarbons, so we should not be surprised if we expand our scope, ”said Dr. Paul Bloom, CEO of Carbon and Innovation. The combination of decommissioning, plant-based alcohol with the latest technologies in the chemical industry can be a powerful approach to call for the desired renewable hydrocarbon fuel mixture.
Gevo believes the patent will add value to the company’s intellectual property portfolio, which was previously estimated at more than $ 400 million by 2020 Peak Val IPLC.
Gevo’s mission is to convert renewable energy and carbon into energy-dense liquid hydrocarbons. These liquid hydrocarbons can be used for transport fuels such as gasoline, jet fuel and diesel fuel, which, when burned, can produce net zero greenhouse gas emissions when measured throughout the life cycle of the products. Gevo uses low-carbon renewable resources as raw materials, and is developing renewable electricity and renewable natural gas for use in production processes, which significantly reduces carbon footprint and low carbon emissions (greenhouse gas) emissions from conventional petroleum fossil fuels. Compared to their entire age). Gevo products work better or better than traditional fossil fuels in infrastructure and engines, but significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In addition to solving fuel problems, Gevo technology allows some plastics, such as polyester, to be made with more durable materials. Gevo’s ability to enter the growing low-carbon fuels market is based on the price of oil and the price of carbon emissions, including greenhouse gas emissions. Givo believes that the use of a variety of low-carbon sustainable warehouses for the production of various competitive low-carbon products such as gasoline, jet fuel and diesel fuel will create the potential for a project that the patent technology trusts and the potential for corporate returns. Building a multi-billion dollar business.
Gevo believes that the Argon National Laboratory Grit model is the best available standard for life cycle storage or LCC.
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