India Plans SAF Blending Mandate

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India’s government is pressing ahead with plans to introduce a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blending mandate from 2025. "We have put together an advisory saying we will look at 1% blending of sustainable aviation fuel by 2025, 2% by 2026, and 5% by 2030," Union Minister of Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia told India’s Hindustan Times newspaper this week. "The technology is here. The problem is producing enough … and [the] logistics [of] ferrying SAF from the production unit to a bowser that goes into the aircraft,” he added.

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