sustainable fuels

New E-Fuel Projects May Speed Development of SAF From CO2

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New ventures in the US and Europe to produce sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) from recaptured carbon dioxide and renewable energy could accelerate the timeline for bringing power-to-liquids (PTL) fuel into the market. Alaska Airlines and Microsoft have joined forces with California-based start-up Twelve to scale up the PTL pathway. Updates to the Air Transport Action Group’s Waypoint 2050 report had indicated that e-fuels would only become a viable option after 2040.

CO2 Emissions, Biofuels (incl. SAF)
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