LanzaTech Explores Additional Waste-To-Fuel SAF Pathways

LanzaJet’s alcohol-to-jet plans on Georgia will produce SAF from landfill gas and CXO2 from corn refining.
Credit: LanzaTech
Already an early mover in converting waste gases to renewable fuels, LanzaTech plans to demonstrate two new pathways for producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) with funding from the U.S. Energy Department. LanzaTech and the Energy Department’s Argonne National Laboratory have received a $4...
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