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 background in Project Development, including the Financing and Technology Integration for those Projects. Mr. Smoot also held positions of upper management with leading companies in the Computer Software and Hardware industries, including the Financing and Leasing industries specifically related to those industries prior to moving into the renewable energy industry which morphed into renewable fuels. Smoot has created a turnkey solution model not yet seen in the industry.