Japan Gets First Alcohol-To-Jet SAF Demo Plant

Byogy ATJ plant
The Japanese facility is one of the largest alcohol-to-jet demonstration plants yet built, says Byogy.
Credit: Byogy Renewables
A pioneer in development of alcohol-to-jet sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), Byogy Renewables is commissioning a demonstration plant in Japan with the goal of beginning commercial production of the low-carbon fuel in the country by 2025. Using Byogy’s catalytic conversion process, the plant will...
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