The FAA has established a university-led center of excellence (COE) for alternative jet fuel and the environment, as the aviation community continues its push to get low-carbon biofuels to commercial scale. With $40 million in funding over 10 years, the COE will be led by Washington State University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and tasked with exploring ways to meet the environmental and energy goals of the FAA’s NextGen program. The COE takes over from the ...


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