Sustainable Aviation Fuel Offers Flight Path to Net-Zero Air Travel

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  • Commercially available sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) are biofuels made from vegetable oils or ethanol derived from crops such as sugar cane or corn.
  • These fuels can deliver a 60-85 percent reduction in CO2 emissions.
  • For SAFs to be viable, three things must happen: supply must be scaled up, costs must be reduced, and clear market and demand signals must be set.

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