Rotterdam The Hague Airport initiates study for renewable jet fuel


Rotterdam The Hague Airport and a European consortium led by EDL Anlagenbau Gesellschaft GmbH will sign a cooperation agreement for a study, which aims to develop a demonstration plant that produces renewable jet fuel from air.

The plant aims to be the first worldwide to offer renewable jet fuel from air to the market.

Renewable jet fuel from air has a significantly lower carbon footprint and fine particles emission compared to fossil-based jet fuels.

Following the study, the demonstration plant is set to be commissioned on the basis of the airport producing approximately 1,000 litres of renewable jet fuel per day.

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