Report: U.S. SAF Production Capacity Falls Short of 2050 Target

Report: U.S. SAF Production Capacity Falls Short of 2050 Target

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Report: U.S. SAF Production Capacity Falls Short of 2050 Target

Tim Worledge

A research project undertaken by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has estimated that the U.S. has enough feedstock capacity to comfortably reach a 2030 target on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) but will fall woefully short of its 2050 goal.

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