British Airways (BA) and Solena Fuels anticipate final permitting of their $500 million GreenSky London waste-to-biofuel joint venture by year-end, leading to commissioning in 2016. The November investment and offtake agreement between BA and Solena to buy jet fuel made from London’s trash is one of the first binding commitments to buy sustainable jet fuels in the industry. The British operator owns 30% of the GreenSky London joint venture. London generates 20 million metric ...
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