Germany Plans To Produce SAF From Methanol

Germany’s M2SAF consortium has launched a project to produce synthetic kerosene from green methanol.
Credit: DLR
Germany has launched a project to develop a process to convert sustainably produced methanol into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) that can be integrated into existing fossil-fuel production plants. The starting point for the 2.5-year, €3.1 million ($3.2 million) Methanol-to-SAF (M2SAF) project is...

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