POET, the world’s largest producer of biofuels, has appeared in a new short film as part of the series Nature’s Building Blocks, produced by BBC StoryWorks.
The digital film was produced by the commercial content division of BBC Global News.
The film series showcases several companies doing ground breaking, innovative work in biotechnology.
POET’s film focuses on biofuels and the vital role they play in fighting climate change and supporting the rural economy.
Plant-based bioethanol is 46% cleaner than traditional gasoline, making biofuels the most sustainable way to decarbonize the existing vehicle fleet.
POET is also a world leader in green bioproducts. The company’s research and development teams work each day to advance technology and grow POET’s suite of renewable alternatives to petroleum-based products, which includes renewable CO2, purified alcohol, high-protein animal feed, asphalt additives and corn oil used for renewable diesel.
“This film allows us to reach a global audience with our message: biofuels are the key to successful agriculture, which is a critical part of our arsenal in the fight against climate change,” said POET founder and CEO Jeff Broin.
“At POET, we’re combining the Earth’s resources with human ingenuity to take swift action in the climate crisis by producing clean energy and plant-based bioproducts that will allow us to sustain our way of life for generations to come.”
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