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SAF Producers Stress Urgency to Scale Up for Net-Zero Target

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Three leading producers of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) emphasized the urgent need to speed up SAF commercialization if the aviation sector has any hope of meeting its net-zero goal by 2050. During a webinar sponsored by SAF Fuel Futures this week, LanzaJet CEO Jimmy Samartzis referred to his company’s adage that “some day is now.” World Energy CEO Gene Gebolys underscored the importance of demonstrating proof of concept in the near term to derisk the technology and attract private capital to build new plants. SkyNRG’s head of growth and investment Darrin Morgan pointed out that convergence of scalable technologies and government support through the US Inflation Reduction Act had put the financial community on notice — with everyone now focused on SAF.

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