SkyNRG is a global leader in Sustainable Aviation Fuel since 2010
Our mission is to build up sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) capacity for aviation to meet its 2050 net zero commitment and in doing so, significantly reduce the industry’s impact on our environment.
Aviation fuels progress in our world, opening up new opportunities and partnerships. At the same time, we know that aviation needs to significantly reduce its carbon emissions, which harm our planet.
The time has come for a new era in aviation, and that’s what we’re here to deliver.
Since 2010 we have been working to source, blend and distribute SAF to airlines worldwide and are creating partnerships that significantly increase the supply and production of SAF all over the world. We are now developing dedicated SAF production plants, starting with a plant in the Netherlands and a facility in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
We were the first in the world to supply SAF on a commercial flight flown by co-founder and shareholder KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in 2011 and have since introduced programs, like Board Now and Fly on SAF. These programs allow organizations and individual passengers to compensate CO2 emissions from their flights and co-fund the costs of flying more sustainably.
Sustainability is a core value for us and we have anchored it in our governance. For example we are guided by an Independent Sustainability Board, which advises us on feedstocks and provides strategic guidance on wide-ranging sustainability issues. Our operations are also certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) and CORSIA.
Chief Executive OfficerLinkedIn
Maarten van Dijk
Chief Development Officer, Co-founderLinkedIn
Chief Commercial Officer, Co-founderLinkedIn
Head of Trading and SupplyLinkedIn
Head of Capacity Development – EuropeLinkedIn
Head of Sales and MarketingLinkedIn
Head of Future FuelsLinkedIn
Chief Investment Officer, Chief Executive Officer of SkyNRG AmericasLinkedIn
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Project Director SkyNRG DelfzijlLinkedIn
Hein van den Hout