Targeted Aviation Advanced Biofuels Demonstration Competition – Feasibility Study

Targeted Aviation Advanced Biofuels Demonstration Competition – Feasibility Study

Final report delivered for the Department for Transport, UK.

Renewable fuels of biological and non-biological origin will be an important part of the overall decarbonisation of transport. Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), in particular, is likely to be essential to decarbonising the aviation industry given that alternatives like electrification may not be able to service medium-long haul flights.

This study shows that there are a range of technologies at different maturities that could produce SAF and a pool of UK and international developers that could build demonstration and commercial SAF plants in the UK.

For any queries regarding this report please contact Alexandra Humphris-Bach

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