Finding the financing to build a new industry is the gap facing the aviation alternative fuels market. To create commercial-scale supply chains for biofuels requires investment, investors want to see customers, and customers want competitive prices, which require commercial-scale supply chains, and so it goes round. But the circle is being broken. Airlines are buying biofuel, refineries are being built, and fuel is being delivered in commercial quantities. New mechanisms are emerging to ...

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