Technical Pathways for Sustainable Aviation Fuel
The Department of Energy released a recent report titled “Sustainable Aviation Fuel – Review of Technical Pathways”.
This comprehensive report on the sustainable aviation fuel (“SAF”) industry covers a wide range of technical pathways for how to produce low-cost, clean-burning jet fuel. It’s an important documentation of the state of SAF as we see it in 2020.
Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels, LLC (“NWABF”) is moving behind the scenes to create a sustainable, cellulosic, commercial scale, ASTM compliant sustainable aviation fuel in Washington State, using a voluminous supply of woody biomass from local feedstock suppliers.
We want to share a few slides from the report to give you a sense of the massive market that lies ahead for sustainable aviation fuel for airlines.
Here at Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels, LLC, we are excited about our position to bring low-cost sustainable aviation fuel to airlines. We have some exciting developments progressing, which we will be sharing over the next few months. Here’s to a sustainable future!
David P. Smoot
David Smoot has an extensive business background in computers & real estate before renewable energy which morphed into renewable fuels. Smoot has created a turnkey solution model not yet seen in the industry.