SAF From Forest Biomass Developer Wins Canadian Challenge

Enerkem operates a demonstration plant in Alberta and is building a large-scale commercial facility in Quebec.
Credit: Enerkem
A process developed by biofuel developer Enerkem to convert forest biomass into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) has won a Canadian government competition to develop a fuel that can be produced domestically at costs competitive with fossil fuel. A team led by Montreal-based Enerkem won National...
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