Tax Credit Aims To Boost SAF Production In U.S.

Gevo commercial SAF plant, Net-Zero 1
Gevo’s first commercial SAF plant, Net-Zero 1, will build on experience from its pilot facility in Luverne, Minnesota.
Credit: Gevo
Airlines and fuel suppliers alike have welcomed the signing of the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act, which introduces a tax credit to help make sustainable aviation fuel more price competitive. But more support is necessary, industry says, if aviation is to meet its targets for moving to low-carbon...

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