Synthetic Fuels Promise Carbon Neutrality But Face Scaling Challenges

Lufthansa SAF cargo aircraft in flight
Cargo demand is expected to climb in both Europe and beyond over the coming years.
Credit: Lufthansa Cargo
Electricity and hydrogen are keys to the long-term sustainability of aviation. The question is how. The extent to which electric and hydrogen propulsion can contribute to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 or earlier is debatable. But renewable electricity and green hydrogen are almost certain to...

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