Corn Stover Promises Lower-Carbon SAF Production

The SAFFiRE project will enable existing ethanol plants to produce liquid fuels from corn stover.
Credit: D3Max
A project to demonstrate low-carbon production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from corn stover—the leaves and stalks left in fields after harvesting—has been funded by the U.S. Energy Department (DOE). Led by North Dakota-based D3Max, the SAFFiRE project aims to demonstrate a reduction of as...

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