Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production
ASCENT – the Aviation Sustainability Center – is a cooperative aviation research organization co-led by Washington State University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ASCENT is funded by the FAA, NASA, the Department of Defense, Transport Canada, and the Environmental Protection Agency. ASCENT works to create science-based solutions for the aviation industry’s biggest challenges.
Chevron/ Renewable Energy Group (REG)
Chevron is building a leading renewable fuels business that can help lower the carbon intensity of transportation sector operations as well as other market segments. Headquartered in Ames, IA, Chevron Renewable Energy Group and the team are focused on growing Chevronâ€™s portfolio of lower carbon fuels and developing new and novel feedstocks.
Countrywide Hydrogen Pty Ltd
Countrywide Hydrogen is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ASX-listed ReNu Energy Limited, an Australian company investing in renewable and clean energy companies.
HY2GEN develops, finances, builds, and operates plants for the production of renewable fuels of non-biological origin and other PtX-fuels for customers worldwide. The company specialises in the entire product range – from green hydrogen to green ammonia and methanol and other PtX-fuels like SAF.
Neste produces, refines and markets e-fuels and oil products, provides engineering services, and licenses production technologies.
Sasol is an international integrated chemicals and energy company that leverages technologies and the expertise of more than 31,000 people working in 32 countries.
Since 2009, SkyNRG has been building up SAF capacity and production for the industry to meet its 2050 net zero commitment. SkyNRG has supplied SAF to over 40 airlines across the world and is now developing dedicated SAF production facilities to support the transition from fossil jet fuel to sustainable aviation fuel.
Twelve is a carbon transformation company, a new kind of chemical company built for the climate era. Twelve’s technology eliminates emissions by transforming CO2 into materials and fuels that today are made from fossil fuels.