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Sustainable Aviation Fuel Is Taking Off

About the Event

Global Bioenergies has developed a unique process to convert renewable sources including beet, cane, straw, and wood sugars into Sustainable aviation Fuel.

The company just got its process certified by ASTM International. Global Bioenergies’ SAF can be blended up to 50% with fossil fuel in existing airplanes. It comes at a time when Europe has just adopted the RefuelEU plan, which aims at gradually increasing the production and incorporation of SAF, from 2% in 2025 to 6% in 2030 and up to 70% by 2050.

Join our webinar with Global Bioenergies CEO, Marc Delcourt and Pavel Molchanov: Managing Director Renewable Energy and Clean Technology, Raymond James to hear about this new development and the impact it will have on the aviation industry.

Read the Raymond James report on Sustainable Aviation Fuels here.

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