World Energy is a low-carbon solutions provider focused on helping the world's leading companies make their net-zero commitments real. Our solutions Include sustainable aviation fuel, renewable diesel, and renewable naphtha, with plans to create renewable propane and green hydrogen.
SAF and SAFc
We are a global leader in the production and supply of RSB and CORSIA certified Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and Sustainable Aviation Fuel Certificates (SAFc).
Renewable Diesel (RD)
Renewable diesel is a 99.9 percent renewable fuel that meets the ASTM specification for ASTM-D975 diesel fuel. Using RD instead of petroleum fuels could help to reduce emissions by 85 percent.
We are investing in scaled manufacturing and new technologies to achieve our goal of supplying 1 billion gallons of SAF annually by 2030.
We're moving fast to scale up the in-sector carbon solutions that the world's leading businesses need.
We are on a mission to:
Partner with you on your decarbonization journey
Empower first movers to take immediate action by making the most impactful solutions available now
Drive up the availability of sustainable aviation fuel while driving down costs
Attract exceptionally talented people and empower them to do meaningful work
NEWS AND EVENTS
World Energy was the world’s first producer of sustainable aviation fuel and we’ve been leading the field of renewable fuels for 25 years. We are investing $4 billion in scaled manufacturing and new technologies to achieve our goal of supplying 1 billion gallons of sustainable aviation fuel annually by 2030.
When it comes to sustainability, we walk the talk, offering best-in-class carbon intensity throughout our supply chain. We pride ourselves on rigorous environmental standards as well as transparent reporting. World Energy currently operates the only SAF refinery certified through the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB).
World Energy has worked with corporate leaders across the globe to meaningfully reduce the climate impact of their air travel, which includes the world’s first net-zero flight in 2022 and eliminating over 250,000 metric tonnes of aviation emissions and counting.