Reduce Your Plant Carbon Intensity Score with Low-Carbon Feedstocks
The renewable fuels industry has pledged to reduce the carbon footprint of ethanol to 70% less than gasoline by 2030. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that sustainable aviation fuel could contribute almost two-thirds of the emissions reductions the aviation industry needs to achieve net-zero. CIBO can help you achieve these milestones.
CIBO helps renewable fuels producers identify and source low-carbon corn or soy from growers using regenerative farming practices. We offer the only commercially available solution that can manage large-scale regenerative agriculture programs. From grower identification and enrollment, to verification of practices, to quantification and reporting on carbon, CIBO delivers results at scale.Download the Brochure
Prepare your organization to claim the 45Z tax credit starting in 2025.
CIBO intends to launch a solution that allows producers to scale use of the GREET model and launch low-carbon-intensity (low-CI) feedstock programs.
Reach More Growers with USDA Program Stacking
CIBO Impact enables growers to easily apply for and stack programs, including well-known and trusted USDA conservation programs. More grower engagement means more impact for your low-CI feedstock program.
Accelerating Toward Net Zero Ethanol
Looking for a deep dive into how the renewable fuels industry is approaching becoming more sustainable? Read The Definitive Guide to Low Carbon Corn For Carbon Neutral Ethanol to find out how the industry is identifying and sourcing low-carbon corn from growers using regenerative farming practices for a low carbon fuel standard.Read the Definitive Guide
Meet Voluntary Scope 3 Commitments
Low-CI feedstock programs bring you closer to your Scope 3 emissions reduction goals. CIBO’s Scope 3 solution is aligned with developing standards like the Greenhouse Gas Protocol’s Land Sector and Removals Guidance (GHGP LSRG) and the Science Based Targets Initiative’s Forest, Land, and Agriculture Guidance (SBTi FLAG).
See how to incorporate CIBO Impact into your sustainability program.