Boeing is accelerating its global efforts to scale up SAF, which serves as the aviation industry’s most significant lever in reducing emissions today and into the future. Focus areas include Boeing’s efforts to atalyze collaboration, research, and policy development around SAF, which can reduce lifecycle CO2 up to 85 per cent. “We’re deepening our collaborative work across the globe in pursuit of a world with more SAF,” said Chris Raymond, Boeing Chief Sustainability Officer. “SAF holds the greatest potential to reduce aviation’s emissions, and we are focused on continuing to innovate and collaborate to unlock the production of sustainable aviation fuel around the world.” The key challenges to greater use of SAF are the limited supply and high cost. Current use of SAF represents 0.1 per cent of global jet fuel demand.
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