Leaders of Sustainable Biofuels (LSB)

Leaders of Sustainable Biofuels (LSB)

LSB is a coalition of leading advanced biofuel technology developers and producers committed to making a significant contribution to meeting the EU ambitions of decarbonizing the transport sector. Sustainable advanced biofuels are a fast track solution for decarbonizing transport. Advanced biofuels bring multiple benefits in terms of CO2 reduction, investments, revenuers for farmers and forestry, and an increase in energy security.

Company details

Via A. Giacomini 28 , Florence , Toscana 50132 Italy

Locations Served

Business Type:
Technology
Industry Type:
Bioenergy
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

Advanced biofuels fast and cost-efficient way to decarbonize transport

We, the Leaders of Sustainable Biofuels, believe that 2nd Generation and Advanced Biofuels (2GAB) made from non-food competing feedstocks represent one of the major industrial opportunities today for our planet in the sustainable energy technology field.

The world is taking action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and 2GAB are a key part of the solution, because they do not compete with food and have considerably lower environmental impact than fuels made from petroleum oil or natural gas. Significant 2GAB production could be deployed today provided that a policy and regulatory framework enabling long-term investment is implemented.

Members of the Leaders of Sustainable Biofuels must be:

  • Technology developers of 2nd generation and advanced biofuels who have already been investing in large scale demonstration scale facilities
  • Investors in plants (demo or flagship) of 2nd generation and advanced biofuels.

We, the Leaders of Sustainable Biofuels, believe that 2nd Generation and Advanced Biofuels (2GAB) made from no-food competing feedstocks represent one of the major industrial opportunities today for our planet in the sustainable energy technology field.

The world is taking action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and 2GAB are a key part of the solution, because they do not compete with food and have considerably lower environmental impact than fuels made from petroleum oil or natural gas.

Significant 2GAB production could be deployed today provided that a policy and regulatory framework enabling long-term investment is implemented.