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Panelists Say US Incentives for SAF Should Go Further

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Stakeholders in the nascent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) sector agree that policy support in the US is moving in the right direction. But they say more needs to be done to ensure that capacity coming on line is dedicated to producing SAF, as opposed to renewable diesel, which still enjoys more support at the federal and state levels. SAF output in the US is expected to double this year to some 32 million gallons from the 16 million gallons of “neat” SAF produced last year. Most of that came from World Energy’s Paramount plant in Los Angeles, according to a panelist at an SAF session hosted by the New York Energy Forum on the state of play for US developments.

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