Researchers Develop Cheaper Route To SAF From Biomass

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Credit: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
One reason sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) costs more than conventional jet fuel is the expense of transporting biomass feedstocks to centralized production plants. A new process for producing jet fuel from ethanol with less energy and smaller facilities creates the potential for a distributed...

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