Air bp and Neste are looking increase production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) five-fold by 2021, compared to 2019 levels, just as European governments start bringing in requirements for carriers to use more environmentally friendly fuels. At the start of August, the European Union announced a consultation over the use of SAF quotas for airlines. In the August 5 move, the European Commission said that other options being considered included carbon trading, and a “green airline” accreditation scheme, as it looks to increase EU-wide SAF use from its current 0.05% market share in the trading bloc. While back in January
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