U.S. airports could play a role in accelerating the availability of sustainable aviation fuels, says a study conducted for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac). Although publicly owned airports are barred from buying aircraft fuel, the study identifies funding mechanisms they could use to offset the higher cost of biofuels. The study, conducted by nonprofit Carbon War Room and biofuel supplier SkyNRG, “will help us take the next steps toward our goal of making biofuel ...


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