New U.S. SAF Plants Stay On Track


A grant from Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy has filled a funding gap and kept the first U.S. alcohol-to-jet SAF plant on track.

Credit: LanzaJet
Efforts to build up U.S. sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production capacity to at least 3 billion gal. a year by 2030 have taken steps forward, with startups Alder Fuels and LanzaJet announcing progress in establishing their first plants. Alder has selected BTG Bioliquids to provide a key process...

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