Lufthansa To Take Synthetic Kerosene From German Plant

Dorothea von Boxberg
Dorothea von Boxberg, CEO of Lufthansa Cargo, at the Oct. 4 inauguration of the Fairfuel synthetic kerosene plan.
Credit: Lufthansa
Germany has formally inaugurated the first commercial plant for producing carbon-neutral synthetic kerosene from water, captured CO2 and renewable electricity. Lufthansa has agreed to purchase at least 25,000 liters (6,600 gal.) of the power-to-liquid fuel annually over the next five years. The...

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