Airbus Canada, Pratt & Whitney Canada and SAF+ Consortium have announced a $17 million collaboration “on next-generation sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)”. The initiative is supported by the regional government in Quebec and is to be known as CADAQ-100. “The project will contribute to the industry-wide effort to achieve net-zero CO2 emissions for aviation by 2050, as outlined by Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) and International Air Transport Association (IATA) in their decarbonisation roadmaps,” Pratt & Whitney Canada announced, adding that the partners are to team up on SAF research and testing and feasibility studies for establishing production plants for power-to-liquid
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