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The Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) case

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It's no secret that today's aviation sector is critical for economic and social growth. But this sector heavily relies on fossil fuels and hence arises the issue with emissions.
Along with the numerous initiatives, plans and roadmaps unveiled in the past couple of years, sustainable aviation fuel or SAF has been deemed crucial to solve the decarbonisation issue that the aviation industry faces. With this in mind, let's see, what is SAF, and how does green hydrogen help? We will also discover the role of CO2 in SAF production. With its decarbonisation potential, we will also explore if there is a market currently despite the “green premium” when compared to fossil fuel based solutions and the other steps required complete the aim of decarbonisation for the aviation sector.
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