Demonstration flights are revealing that biofuels have a higher energy content than conventional Jet-A kerosene and offer the promise that future jet engines could be more fuel efficient and less polluting than the “next generation” engines currently under development. With that promise, commercial and military aviation could become the industrial world’s leader in shifting to non-petroleum-based fuels to reduce dependence on foreign suppliers and address persistent environmental issues, ...

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