GROUND TRANSPORT FAST FACTS

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WHAT NEXT FOR THE GROUND TRANSPORT SECTOR?

With its huge global footprint, the ground transport sector is looking to some key interventions to achieve its sustainability goals.

The sector is looking for solutions today.

  • INCREASED CIRCULARITY
  • REDUCED GHG EMISSIONS
  • NEW TECHNOLOGIES
  • INCREASED CIRCULARITY

    Using waste as a feedstock to supply the energy for the transportation sector has the potential to increase circularity and dramatically decrease pressure on natural resources and reduce environmental impacts, particularly those associated with fossil resource extraction.

  • REDUCED GHG EMISSIONS

    The ground transport sector is dominated by fossil fuels producing huge volumes of greenhouse gas emissions. Using fuel alternatives – particularly from bio-based and recycled sources – the sector can radically decarbonise without major technological interventions required.

  • NEW TECHNOLOGIES

    New technologies for the transportation sector hold great promise for long-term decarbonisation, efficiency and sustainability. Promising technologies include hydrogen and fuel-cells, advanced fermentation and hydro-treatment, steam gasification and other thermochemical processes.

Practical Solutions for the Ground Transport Sector

The RSB’s pioneering approach drives continuous improvement and adaptation to new market challenges and opportunities. With credible solutions, innovative and advanced approaches to the latest sustainability challenges in supporting the ground transport sector, we can deliver clear benefits and value to partners across the supply chain.

RSB CERTIFICATION

RSB’s Global Fuel Certification ensures environmental and social benefits, including zero deforestation; a verified and robust GHG emission reduction; and traceability from the feedstock source to the final customer.

Certification against RSB EU RED includes compliance with the requirements of the European Renewable Energy Directive and operators can register with Nabisy.

RSB’s approach enables credible claims on fuel sustainability, unlocking markets and assisting operators to demonstrate compliance with regulations as well as their progress towards climate and other goals, including SDGs.

RSB enables the certification of fuels made from:

  • Primary biogenic sources
  • End-of-life products and production residues (biogenic)
  • Fossil-based wastes
  • Renewable liquid and gaseous fuels of non-biological origin
  • Co-processing biogenic with fossil fuels
Get Certified

The Standard for Advanced Fuels ensures that producers of non-traditional alternative fuels – such as those produced from fossil fuel waste – are able to achieve RSB’s rigorous sustainability certification.

This approach can support the ground transport industry to overcome many of the challenges associated with 1st generation biofuels – such as ILUC and GHG emissions, biodiversity and food security – and supports innovative solutions for the next generations of sustainable alternative aviation fuels.

RSB Advisory Services

RSB offers a range of tailored advisory services to unlock our expertise and promote sustainability in the ground transport sector.

RSB's Ground Transport Team

Carolina Grassi

Business Development Lead - Latin America // Sector Lead: Ground Transport

Carolina leads RSB’s Business Development work in Latin America, as well as our sector focus on ground transport. A biologist with a Ph.D. in genetics and an MBA in Business Management, Carolina has dedicated her professional career to helping to […]

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Arianna Baldo

Sector Lead: Aviation

Arianna Baldo is based in Cape Town, South Africa and is RSB’s sector lead for aviation. She coordinates RSB’s Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) projects and partnerships, and engages stakeholders globally to support the industry’s sustainability and decarbonization goals through RSB membership, certification and advisory […]

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Aurea Nardelli, PhD

Certification Manager and Technical Advisor

Aurea has overall responsibility for RSB’s certification system – providing support and oversight to everyone involved in RSB certification, from assurance and certification bodies to auditors and operators. Alongside this important work she is using her 20 years of experience […]

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Simone P. Souza

Project and Business Development Analyst

Simone works on various RSB projects and is a member of our Business Development Team. She is an environmental engineer who holds a PhD in Energy Planning from University of Campinas (UNICAMP), in association with the Biorenewables National Laboratory (LNBr). […]

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Testimonial

Germany's oldest eco label, Blauer Engel (Blue Angel), found that RSB is the only certification system for biomass that fulfil their own rigorous requirements to be recognised under their own approach.

Blue Angel

WHY RSB

By 2030, the RSB will have supported the emergence of a new world bioeconomy founded on social, economic and environmental considerations that contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals – reducing climate impacts, enhancing food security and rural development, and protecting ecosystems.