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Making sustainable jet fuel

Electrification of large aircraft is still a long way off, so the only way airlines can reduce carbon emissions in the short-to-medium term is by using new sustainable aviation fuels in existing planes. Here Andrew Williams looks at the still tiny alternative fuels industry and assesses prospects for its expansion.

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EW June 21 pp20-22.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) -

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