Farmers Edge, Gevo cooperating to track carbon intensity of SAF development

Farmers Edge, a leading digital agriculture firm, will collaborate with Gevo to “support the sustainable development and full carbon lifecycle tracking of a carbon intensity score from low-carbon grain through renewable fuels production,” according to an announcement from Gevo.

“The companies plan to launch a program with U.S. growers to measure and track carbon intensity scores for corn and soy in the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and other low-carbon hydrocarbon fuels,” the announcement said. “The potential combination of Farmers Edge highly precise and proprietary datasets with Gevo’s Verity Tracking platform and blockchain technology is expected to create value around agriculturally driven carbon impact.”

“Our comprehensive digital platform, in conjunction with Gevo’s advanced validation tools, should provide reliable and verifiable ways for carriers around the world to not only reduce their carbon footprint, but to be able to prove it, positively impacting their relationships with the end-consumer,” explained Wade Barnes, Farmers Edge CEO and founder.

Read the full announcement here.

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