Sustainability is key

Our advanced biofuels meet the highest sustainability requirements and are reviewed by our independent sustainability board. This ensures that by using our products you are really contributing to a better world.

About us

"In GOOD we trust"

Anouk Florentinus, Senior Manager Transportation, Natuur & Milieu

"People from GoodFuels provide really GOOD Fuels to the world"

Pieter van Essen, Senior Adviser City of Rotterdam

Our three sustainable promises




Our biofuels are produced from certified feedstock that is labelled a waste or residue. With no land-use issues and no competition with food production or deforestation.

All biofuels we offer are certified by the leading schemes of the world ensuring true sustainability and transparency of the supply chain.

The type of feedstocks we use are approved by our independent sustainability board, to make sure all our biofuels meet the highest sustainability requirements.

We are a proud member of

Independent sustainability board

Our independent sustainability board consists of leading academic and NGO’s in the field of sustainable biofuels and transport, ensure that we work according to the latest sustainability criteria.

Anne Marit Post-Melbye

Head of industry policy, ZERO

Anne Marit Post-Melbye is the head of industry policy at ZERO, working with climate solutions across bioeconomy, CCUS and hydrogen. Before starting at ZERO, Anne previously worked at Ramboll as a senior analyst for energy systems.

Anne holds a Msc in Energy and Environmental Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Martin Junginger

Professor of bio-based economy, Utrecht University

Martin Junginger is leading the Energy and Resources group of the Copernicus Institute, as well as the biobased economy research cluster. He was the leader of IEA Bioenergy Task 40 on Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade between 2013-2018. His expertise includes solid biomass logistic supply chains and greenhouse gas balances including forest carbon accounting.

Martin holds a PhD in renewable energy and a MSc in chemistry from Utrecht University.

Patricia Osseweijer (Chair)

Professor of sustainability, TU Delft

Patricia is a professor in Science Communication and a Group leader of the Biotechnology and Society group at the Delft University of Technology. Next, to that, she is managing director and program leader of the Society Program of the Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Fermentation. In these roles, she is a leading figure in the international field of social and ethical sustainability.

Patricia holds a PhD from the VU University of Amsterdam, and an MSc in biology from the Utrecht University.

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