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, CIRAIG, CEPROCQ and Valorisation Carbone Québec Project.
Airbus joins Canada’s SAF+ Consortium to accelerate the development of a new Sustainable Aviation Fuel technology
#SAF #Decarbonisation #Canada Toulouse, 15th July 2021– Airbus and the Montreal, Canada-based SAF+ Consortium have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate with major Canadian aviation industry players on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) development and production in North America. Airbus will be investing through “in-kind” contributions, which consist of technical and certification expertise, economic […]
The SAF+ Consortium (“SAF+”) is proud and pleased to welcome Aero Montréal—a strategic forum that brings together all of the top executives in the Quebec aerospace sector—to our Consortium. Aero Montréal’s mission is to mobilize the stakeholders of Québec’s aerospace ecosystem to support its global reach, innovation capacity and growth. This mission is fully aligned […]
SAF+ Consortium (“SAF+”) is proud to welcome Hydro-Québec, the largest producer and distributor of hydroelectricity in North America, as an observer member of the Consortium. SAF+ is a group of Quebec companies working in the field of sustainable fuel production from carbon capture using green hydrogen produced in Quebec. Aiming at producing sustainable fuel for […]