U.S. House Committee Advances Tax Credit For SAF

United plane and SAF tanker
So far United Airlines has been the leading buyer of SAF in the aviation industry.
Credit: United Airlines
WASHINGTON—A blenders’ tax credit for producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is included in tax provisions advanced by the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee on Sept. 15 for potential inclusion in the Build Back Better Act now before Congress. Under the proposed provision, a $1.25 tax credit...

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