CBIOs are decarbonization credits, that is, bonds that are issued and which can be sold by biofuel producers such as Atvos, within Brazil’s Renovabio program. One CBIO is equivalent to one metric ton of carbon avoided in the atmosphere.


By producing ethanol and energy from sugarcane biomass, Atvos contributes to the global climate agenda, as the use of its products to replace fossil fuels avoids greenhouse gas emissions.


At Atvos, we have the potential to issue over 4 million decarbonization credits per crop year.

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The creation of these decarbonization credits is part of Brazil’s Renovabio Program and seeks to promote the large-scale use of renewable fuels in the country, compensating and incentivizing producers while reducing the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere, following the commitment assumed by Brazil in the Paris Agreement. With the RenovaBio policy, the government predicts a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions of up to 10% by 2030 in the country’s fuel matrix. Learn more here about Renovabio and our certifications in the program.