Ireland has the potential to develop a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry generating revenue of €2.55 billion by 2050 and providing up to 1,000 high-skilled jobs. These are the findings of a feasibility study into the production of SAF in Ireland produced by SkyNRG and SFS Ireland, in a partnership supported by Avolon, Boeing and ORIX Aviation. The study – Ireland’s Sustainable Aviation Fuel Opportunity – was launched today by the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, and looks at the key role SAF will play in helping the aviation industry achieve its net zero goal by 2050.

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