Velocys welcomes IAG SAF commitment
22 Apr 2021
Velocys project partner confirms commitment to power 10 per cent of its flights with SAF by 2030
Commenting on IAG’s commitment to power 10 per cent of its flights with SAF by 2030 (click here for full release), Henrik Wareborn, CEO of Velocys, said:
“Velocys welcomes our project partner IAG’s commitment to power 10 per cent of its flights with SAF by 2030. Our planned Altalto waste-to-jet-fuel plant will be the UK’s first SAF facility and could be fuelling transatlantic flights in just five years’ time with no need to modify aircraft or engines at all.
“Velocys high performance catalyst and reactor technology, with the integration of carbon capture, can generate negative-carbon-emissions SAF – essential for any Net Zero strategy.
“We are proud to be collaborating with an organisation who recognises the essential role SAF will play in significantly decarbonising the aviation sector by 2030 and achieving net zero emissions by 2050.”