Canada’s largest airline, Air Canada, is exploring the use of power-to-liquid sustainable aviation fuel (PtL SAF) under terms of a new strategic collaboration with carbon utilisation firm Air Company.
To help develop and deliver sustainable aviation fuel in North America, Air Company and Air Canada intend to explore the implementation of AIRMADE SAF, which has already been tested by the US Air Force as a 100% fuel replacement.
PtL SAF is a means of fuel production that uses renewable energy to separate hydrogen from water which is then fused with carbon dioxide (CO2). PtL SAF is specifically mentioned in Canada’s Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions targets.
Air Canada has set a goal to achieve Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
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