Policy and Regulation

‘Tens of billions’ needed to scale up sustainable aviation fuel ahead of 2030

The UK government has a target of at least 10% of jet fuel to be sustainable by 2030, but some argue that SAF produces the same tailpipe emissions as fossil kerosene (Photo: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

The aviation industry insists sustainable aviation fuels will help decarbonise flights, but experts say it is time for a reality check

Sustainable aviation fuel is part of a suite of options that could help reduce the aviation industry’s emissions. While airlines make promises of hydrogen-powered flight and electric ...

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