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  • Ron Kotrba

60 companies support goal for SAF to be 10% of global jet-fuel market by 2030

The World Economic Forum announced Sept. 22 that 60 companies in its Clean Skies for Tomorrow Coalition have signed the 2030 Ambition Statement to support accelerating supply and use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to reach 10 percent of the global jet-fuel market by 2030—a key milestone for the sector in achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.

Companies signing the pact include airlines, airports, fuel suppliers and other global companies.

“Achieving our ambition will require commitment, innovation and cross-industry collaboration from a wide range of stakeholders,” said Lauren Uppink Calderwood, head of aviation, travel and tourism at the World Economic Forum. “We are calling on governments, international organizations and others to work with us to take important steps forward through new policies, targeted investments and regulations that create a level playing field while incentivizing transformation.”

For more information, including a list of signatories to the 2030 Ambition Statement, click here.

Frazier, Barnes & Associates LLC
PQ Corporation
Agriculture for Energy to Grow Hawaii's Economy
Inflectis Digital Marketing
Clean Fuels Alliance America
Plasma Blue
WWS Trading
Sealless canned motor pump technology
HERO BX: Fuel For Humanity
Evonik: Leading Beyond Chemistry
R.W. Heiden Associates LLC
Wolf Material Handling Systems
Clean Fuels Alliance America
OU Kosher Certification Service
Advanced Biofuels USA
Desmet Ballestra
Biobased Academy
Global Talent Solutions
Michigan Advanced Biofuels Association
Liquidity Services
Missouri Soybeans
Ocean Park
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