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Nov 24, 2023
Ireland has potential for huge SAF development, report found
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Nov 24, 2023
Firefly, which makes sustainable aviation fuel out of sewage, has gained £5 million (€6.3 million) in funding and an order of up to 525,000 tonnes of fuel from ultra-low cost airline Wizz Air. The company previously received £2 million (€2.3 million) funding from the UK’s Department for Transport to help accelerate its commercialisation. A serial entrepreneur,... [Read More]

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Nov 23, 2023
The American Carbon Alliance (ACA) announced that Corn, LP Ethanol Plant in Goldfield, Iowa, has joined as members of the ACA. “We’re happy to partner with the American Carbon Alliance as they work to build support for carbon capture projects across the Midwest. “We know that these new technologies will be transformational for the ethanol industry and we are... [Read More]

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Nov 23, 2023
Emirates has become the world’s first airline to operate an A380 demonstration flight using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The flight took off from Dubai International Airport with one of four engines powered on 100% SAF. Demonstration flights like the one conducted today pave the way for future standardisation, qualification and adoption for 100% SAF flying,... [Read More]

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Nov 22, 2023
Gulfstream Aerospace has successfully completed of the world’s first trans-Atlantic flight using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The flight took place on a Gulfstream G600 aircraft, which departed the company’s headquarters in Savannah on November 19 and landed six hours, 56 minutes later at Farnborough Airport in England. Powered by Pratt & Whitney PW815GA... [Read More]

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Nov 22, 2023
The Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded £6 million (€6.9 million) in funding to Esso to assess the feasibility of a project at its Fawley petrochemical complex to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The funding, from the DfT’s Advanced Fuels Fund (AFF), will be used to assess the potential SAF production using ExxonMobil proprietary Methanol to Jet (MtJ)... [Read More]

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Nov 21, 2023
Whitefox Technologies has revealed that BGW has installed Whitefox ICE®-XL technology at its 108 MLPY plant in Rąbczyn and is producing both fuel grade and high grade ethanol. BGW is the first European fuel ethanol customer to install this technology. This is a big step for Whitefox as it continues to expand its global presence, with BGW having scaled up from their... [Read More]

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Nov 20, 2023
Project Speedbird – a joint partnership between Nova Pangaea Technologies (NPT), LanzaJet and British Airways (BA) – has secured £9 million (€10.2 million) of funding from the Government’s Advanced Fuels Fund (AFF) competition. NPT, a Teesside-based cleantech company developing advanced biofuels used to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), was awarded £7.5... [Read More]

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Nov 17, 2023
Alfanar was awarded an additional £8.66 million (€9.9 million) in government funding to support the development of their Lighthouse Green Fuels (LGF) advanced sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) facility based on Teesside. LGF will process up to 1 million tonnes of nationally sourced biogenic and non-biogenic wastes and residues per year, which makes it the largest advanced... [Read More]

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Nov 16, 2023
Emerson has been chosen by DG Fuels to provide comprehensive automation and project engineering to help transportation sector decarbonisation efforts through the production of advanced biofuels. DG Fuels’ mission is to provide ‘drop-in’ cellulosic sustainable aviation fuels at scale, then expand into renewable or green diesel fuels. Its advanced conversion process... [Read More]

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Nov 16, 2023
Air France-KLM has made an investment in DG Fuels to support the completion of the developmental work necessary to reach the final investment decision on its initial Louisiana-based sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) plant. Air France-KLM acquired an option to purchase up to 25 million gallons/75,000 tons of SAF annually over a multi-year period beginning in 2029. This... [Read More]

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Nov 15, 2023
Boeing and Zero Petroleum are to collaborate on testing and analysing the next generation of technologies to accelerate the supply of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). For Boeing, this represents another investment in developing SAF globally to reduce aviation’s lifecycle emissions. Zero’s technology produces SAF from air and water. The hydrocarbon fuel obtains... [Read More]

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Nov 14, 2023
Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Scoot have announced their target of replacing 5% of their total fuel requirements with sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) by 2030. This decision is critical to the group’s goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Goh Choon Phong, chief executive officer, Singapore Airlines, said: “This is an important milestone in the SIA... [Read More]

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Nov 14, 2023
Rolls-Royce has successfully completed compatibility testing of 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on all its in-production civil aero engine types. This fulfils a commitment, made in 2021, to demonstrate there are no engine technology barriers to the use of 100% SAF. A ground test on a BR710 business jet engine at the company’s facility in Canada, completed the... [Read More]

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Nov 13, 2023
Boeing has joined the Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany (aireg) - underscoring the company’s commitment to partner towards a more sustainable future for air travel and progress on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). aireg and Boeing are driving the development and use of SAS in the country. “On behalf of the aireg board and our members, I am extremely... [Read More]

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Nov 10, 2023
Executive aviation provider Jetex has become the first to offer sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to customers in the United Arab Emirates. Building on the success of supplying SAF at selected locations in Europe, Jetex will now offer aircraft operators and private owners the possibility of significantly reducing emissions whenever they operate flights from its flagship... [Read More]

Bioethanol News
Nov 8, 2023
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has become a new dedicated partner in the ALIGHT project. Airbus has a unique expertise and will have a significant impact on the work in ALIGHT towards sustainable aviation. Airbus has a vast experience within the field of smart usage of sustainable aviation fuels to reduce both CO2 and non-CO2 emissions. In close collaboration... [Read More]


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