The goal of ABRABA is to promote public and private initiatives that streamline the development, certification, and commercial production of sustainable biofuels for aviation.
ABRABA was created as a forum to discuss the various aspects of developing sustainable aeronautical biofuels driven by the growing demand to meet the requirements for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in aviation as well as to provide support for Brazil's energy security.
The goal is to develop renewable fuels with equivalent levels of quality, safety of use, cost, and adequate production capacity compared to fossil fuels.
The objectives are made possible through partnerships with public policy makers and the participants involved in the aviation biofuels segment.
Algae Biotechnology, Amyris Brazil, the Brazilian Association of Jatropha Producers (Associação
Brasileira dos Produtores de Pinhão Manso – ABPPM), the Brazilian Aerospace Industry Association (Associação das Indústrias Aeroespaciais do Brasil – AIAB), Azul Brazilian Airlines, Embraer, GOL Airlines, TAM Airlines, TRIP Airlines, the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (União da Indústria da Cana-de-Açúcar – UNICA)