When the latest international Climate Conference wrapped up in Lima, Peru, last month, delegates boarded their flights home without much official discussion of how the planes that Continue reading Every Time You Fly, You Trash The Planet — And There’s No Easy Fix
Chicago-based Boeing said Wednesday it completed the first test flight using green diesel, a fuel blend of oils and fats already used in trucks and other ground transportation. Continue reading Boeing conducts first flight using green diesel
The aviation sector needs to start making the switch to biofuels today to make a tangible impact on lowering carbon emissions in 15 years’ time, according to Dr Ausilio Bauen, director of sustainable energy consultancy E4tech.
In a new report commissioned by the UK consortium Sustainable Aviation (SA), E4tech estimates that sustainable… Continue reading Is government support needed for bio jetfuels?
Even as aircraft engine makers continue their very focused efforts to reduce fuel consumption and emissions, the use of biofuel alternatives to jet-A is an increasingly important facet of the campaign to make air transport more
environmentally sustainable… Continue reading Green Aircraft Is Ready For Takeoff, But At What Price?
CHARLOTTE – The latest technology in biodiesel on display at Nordic Dairy Farm more closely resembled a high school science project. On a table, a tangle of clear pipes connected a series of large flasks that gurgled with green and brown liquids… Continue reading Oil from manure-eating algae might one day heat our homes
Jülich, 16 May 2014 – A global society and a functioning world economy would not be conceivable without mobility. An important role is played by the aviation industry, which needs solutions for sustainable fuel in the near future… Continue reading Flying with Algae