7 05, 2015

Alaska Airlines, Gevo to demonstrate renewable Alcohol-to-Jet fuel in upcoming flight

By |May 7th, 2015|Aviation|0 Comments|

In Colorado, Gevo and Alaska Airlines announced a strategic alliance to purchase Gevo’s renewable jet fuel and fly the first-ever commercial flight on alcohol-to-jet fuel (ATJ). The demonstration flight is expected to occur after Gevo receives ASTM International certification for its fuel, sometime in mid to late 2015.

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6 05, 2015

Fulcrum’s $200 million pick: Abengoa for EPC contractor of first MSW-to-jet fuel project in the US

By |May 6th, 2015|Producer News|0 Comments|

In California, Fulcrum BioEnergy has selected Abengoa to build the first biorefinery using gasification technology to convert municipal solid waste into syncrude that will be upgraded into jet fuel. The contract is worth approximately$200 million. The Sierra BioFuels Plant is scheduled to begin commercial operations in 2017 with the production of more than 10 million gallons of renewable transportation fuel.

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5 05, 2015

New RSB standard for low iLUC biofuels

By |May 5th, 2015|Sustainability|0 Comments|

The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) has released a new draft standard which is a voluntary ‘add-on certification module’ to the RSB standard for biofuels and bio-products. Entitled ‘Low iLUC Risk Biomass Criteria and Compliance Indicators’, compliance with this new standard means producers will be able to demonstrate that biomass was produced with no indirect impact on food production or biodiversity. For example, thy could do this through an increase in yield, intercropping, using unused/degraded land, or waste/residue materials.

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1 05, 2015

Air Canada gaat weer vliegen vanaf Schiphol

By |May 1st, 2015|Airlines|0 Comments|

Air Canada keert na bijna negen jaar terug in Nederland. Vanaf 5 juni gaat de Canadese luchtvaartmaatschappij dagelijks vliegen op Toronto.

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30 04, 2015

Solar Impulse Prepares For 5 Days & Nights Crossing Pacific Ocean

By |April 30th, 2015|solar plane|0 Comments|

André Borschberg, co-founder and pilot of Solar Impulse 2 (Si2) and is preparing for the biggest flight for the solar-powered airplane to date. André Borschberg will pilot the most energy-efficient airplane in the world from the most populous country in the world, China, to the very small island of Oahu, Hawaii. This is a first in aviation history and he will attempot to fly for five consecutive days and nights. The first possible date for the epic Pacific Crossing is Tuesday, May 12.

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30 04, 2015

Parliament was right not to reallocate CEF and Horizon 2020 funds to the Juncker Plan

By |April 30th, 2015|Policy|0 Comments|

The European Parliament’s decision to safeguard Connecting Europe Facility and Horizon 2020 funds from the Juncker Plan projects is a positive move, in order to reach greenhouse gas and oil dependency reduction objectives.

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29 04, 2015

Parliament rubber stamps EU biofuels reform amid final controversy

By |April 29th, 2015|Policy|0 Comments|

The European Parliament gave its final approval on Tuesday (28 April) to a law limiting the use of crop-based biofuel in the transport sector. “With this limit, Europe will prevent emissions of up to 320 million tonnes of CO2, which would otherwise have been caused by extra bad biofuels needed to meet the 10% target. The emissions avoided equal to Poland’s total carbon emissions in 2012,” said Pietro Caloprisco, senior policy officer at Transport & Environment (T&E), a pressure group.

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27 04, 2015

Sydney becomes first Australian airport to release a sustainability report

By |April 27th, 2015|Airport|0 Comments|

CEO Kerrie Mather said the airport had made a significant investment in reducing waste, energy consumption and water usage, including recycling water in terminals and installing in-ground power for aircraft to improve air quality.

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24 04, 2015

JetBlue turns in impressive fuel efficiency gains but emissions continue to grow as a result of traffic growth

By |April 24th, 2015|Airlines|0 Comments|

To help meet its efficiency goals, JetBlue started an initiative last year called ‘Fuel is Everyone’s Business’, with staff implementing trials and procedures that have so far saved $2.5 million in fuel costs. One example is to reduce engine idling time, which can reduce fuel consumption by millions of pounds annually, it says.

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23 04, 2015

LAX’s new ocean wave international terminal is awarded LEED Gold sustainability status

By |April 23rd, 2015|Airport|0 Comments|

The new 1.25-million-square-foot Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has become the largest terminal in the United States to achieve LEED Gold certification by the US Green Building Council.

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Sustainable jet fuels are produced from sustainable feedstocks like waste streams and non-food energy crops.

These fuels offer the single largest opportunity to reduce emissions, while ensuring long term fuel security for the aviation sector.

Sustainable jet fuel blends can be referred to as ‘drop-in’ fuels, because they have the ability to be used without any changes made to the infrastructure, such as distribution and engine fuel systems.
What are Sustainable Jet Fuels?
The aviation industry is the world’s fasted growing transport sector and responsible for approximately 2,5 % of the global manmade CO2 emissions. Even with efficiency measures taken, this figure is expected to rise to 4 – 4.5 per cent by 2050, without any mitigation.

One of the biggest challenges in reducing this impact is to look for solutions that preserve the sectors social benefits, while maintaining its growth.

99% of an airline’s emissions comes from the combustion of jet fuel. Energy sources like solar, electric and hydrogen do not offer an alternative as aviation will be relying on high density liquid energy carriers for the coming decades. Therefore, sustainable jet fuels are viewed as the best opportunity to reduce carbon emissions.

For more information on Sustainable jet fuel, you can read SkyNRG’s White Paper on Sustainable Jet Fuel.
Rationale for Sustainable Jet fuel
In every decision that we make, we follow the vision on sustainable fuels, set by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in the Energy Vision 2050.:

Sustainable biofuels:
• Exhibit minimal impact on biodiversity
• Meet a sustainability standard with respect to land, water, and energy use
• Do not displace or compete with food crops
• Provide a positive socioeconomic impact.

To ensure the sustainability of our fuels, we have established various measures and important partnerships:

SkyNRG has installed an independent Sustainability Board, consisting of the Dutch wing of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF-NL), Solidaridad and the Copernicus Institute of the University of Utrecht that advises us on all feedstock and technology decisions.

SkyNRG is a member of the Roundtable of Sustainable Biomaterials.

We are in continuous dialogue with local and global NGOs to make sure we do not miss important issues in respect to the feedstock we w(want to) use and fuel we make

To learn more about SkyNRG’s approach to sustainability, visit our sustainability page.
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