Publications

Action plan Smart and Sustainable (Dutch)
October 3, 2018 – Prepared by 20 Dutch transport organisations and knowledge institutions

Innovative Funding For Sustainable Aviation Fuel at U.S. Airports (explored at Seattle-Tacoma International)
July 19, 2017 – Prepared by Rocky Mountain Institute-Carbon War Room & SkyNRG

Life-cycle analysis of GHG emissions from renewable jet fuel production
2017 – De Jong et all

Cost optimization of biofuel production – the impact of scale, integration, transport and supply chain configurations
2017 – De Jong et all

The voluntary RED opt-in for aviation biofuels 
May 2016 – Oskar Meijerink (SkyNRG), Utrecht University

ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Environmental Report 2016
September 2016 – Page 155.

Production pathways for renewable jet fuel: a review of commercialization status and future prospects
2016 – B Mawhood, E Gazis, S de Jong, R Hoefnagels, R Slade.
BioFPR. DOI: 10.1002/bbb.1644. Full article available upon report.

Techno-economic assessment of biorefinery technologies for aviation biofuels supply chains in Brazil 
2016 – C Alves, M Valk, S de Jong, A Bonomi, L van der Wielen, S Mussatto.
BioFPR. DOI: 10.1002/bbb.1711. Full article available upon report.

The feasibility of short-term production strategies for renewable jet fuels – A comprehensive techno-economic comparison.
2015 – S De Jong, R Hoefnagels, A Faaij, R Slade, B Mawhood, M Junginger.
BioFPR. DOI: 10.1002/bbb.1613. Full article available upon report.

Aviation Climate Solutions
September 2015 – ATAG (Air Transport Action Group) – Page 44, 45, 50 & 129.

Report on Alternative Fuels
December 2014 – IATA (International Air Transport Association) 2014  – Page 55, 56 & 57.

SER-visietraject naar een duurzame brandstoffenmix in Nederland
Juni 2014 – Ministerie van Infrastructuur & Milieu.

Evaluation Report JFK Green Lane Program
March 2014 – SkyNRG

Biofuels for aviation
May 2013 – Ecofys

White Paper on Sustainable Jet Fuel
2012 – Prof. Dr. André Faaij (Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University) and Maarten van Dijk (SkyNRG)