Dutch Airport Operator Backs Sustainable-Fuel Projects

Switzerland’s Climeworks is building its first full-scale CO2 direct air capture plant in Iceland.
Credit: Climeworks
Two projects have been announced in the Netherlands with the goal of producing carbon-neutral synthetic jet fuel using renewable energy. The Zenid project led by Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTM) wants to build a demonstration plant producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) using carbon dioxide...
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