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KEEPING THE SKY BLUE
AND THE PLANET GREEN

with carbon-negative renewable fuel

VISION

Accelerating

Fossil-free

Future

Every year, over one billion tons of CO2 are captured from the atmosphere by renewable biomass.

 

GRAMM unlocks that massive potential by recycling the captured CO2 into renewable fuel for the global aviation, maritime and mobility industries.

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INNOVATION

Changing the Way

the World Thinks

About Emissions

By leveraging renewable biomass and the latest circular carbon technology, we don't stop at zero emissions, we go much further – all the way to carbon-negative.

 

That means that the lifecycle GHG emissions of our Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) are less than the amount of CO2 captured by the biomass we use to make the fuel. That also makes our product much more competitive.

BUSINESS MODEL

Covering the Complete End-to-end Value Chain

Our business spans the full value chain: from bioenergy generation and green hydrogen production to synthesis, distribution and supply of renewable fuel, including SAF.

That approach ensures sustainable long-term feasibility of our business beyond the period of subsidies.

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OUR TEAM

Bringing Together
Multi-disciplinary Team
of World-class Experts

To ensure successful and timely implementation of this ambitious project, GRAMM consortium brings together top global players: technology companies, offtakers, EPCs and financial institutions.

Our team is lead by experienced professionals from the fields of project finance, power generation, chemical production and global logistics who already implemented large-scale industrial projects.

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GRAMM AT A GLANCE

2027

250ktpy

TARGET COD

SAF PLANT PHASE 1

1Mtpy

90Mtpy

SAF PLANT PHASE 2

SAF MARKET SIZE

LOCATION

GRAMM's first SAF project is based in the USA to fully benefit from the stack of financial incentives enabled by the Inflation Reduction Act as well as to access low-cost project finance from the Department of Energy's Loan Programs Office.

Project site in Louisiana provides easy access to the feedstock supply and facilitates product logistics using the Mississippi River.

Our roadmap also includes Oman where we are planning to partner with the local green hydrogen players.

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WHY NOW

New Dawn of
Energy Transition
and Net Zero

We ride the powerful wave of two global macrotrends – energy transition and industry decarbonisation – driven by the strong geopolitical factors, favourable investment climate, regulatory pressure, and unprecedented subsidies.

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INDUSTRY

Our
Partners

We develop our project in close collaboration with the world-class technology companies, financial institutions and government agencies.

Our partners cover the fields of bioenergy, carbon capture, hydrogen production, eFuels, project finance and global logistics.

Our offtakers are the world's largest airlines.

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