With the adoption of CORSIA and growing legislation around GHG emissions reduction, the aviation sector will need a significant amount of low-carbon fuels over the next 10 years.
SAF+ Consortium’s goal is to bring to the market a drop-in, low-carbon alternative to fossil-based jet fuel with 80% lower lifecycle GHG emissions.
We propose a circular economy solution
Leveraging a highly innovative technology and approach, the SAF+ Consortium is bringing together for the first time in Canada a coalition of prominent actors spanning the entire aviation value chain with the objective of providing Canadians with a sustainable commercial solution for low carbon flying.
SAF+ Consortium Inc. partners include CCG, Air Transat, Aéroports de Montréal, Parachem, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Univesrsité de Sherbrooke, CIRAIG and Valorisation Carbone Québec Project.
Air Transat and SAF + Consortium sign the first Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) offtake agreement in Canada
MONTREAL, July 8, 2020/—Air Transat and SAF + Consortium are proud to announce the signing of the first Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) offtake agreement in Canada. This is an historical moment for the Canadian aviation industry since for the first time, a Canadian commercial airline has agreed to work hand in hand with a clean […]
An excellent article about South Africa which, like Canada, must overcome its dependency on GHG intensive resources and maximize its great potential for sustainable fuel production. South Africa must quickly begin its transition from a coal-dependent economy to using renewable energy for clean hydrogen production that can benefit, among others, the aviation industry. Read full […]
The aviation sector is essential to maintain a globally connected world, but its environmental impact has brought its “license to grow” under question for many. Solutions are available, “Now we need governments to build supportive policies to invigorate the sustainable fuels industry.” Read the article: https://neweralive.na/posts/opinion-making-the-business-of-freedom-sustainable