Renewable jet fuel currently accounts for only 0.1 percent of aviation fuel, a percentage that needs to increase to 5 percent by 2030 according to the IEA’s estimates. To achieve the necessary growth in renewable jet fuel, costs will have to fall, governments will have to offer incentives for switching to it, and greater diversification of feedstocks is required. The U.S. Department of Energy has released a roadmap that outlines the necessary steps to meet 100 percent of domestic aviation fuel demand with sustainable fuel by 2050. Several world powers are launching renewable jet fuel initiatives in the race to be the first to provide a greener way to fly. With strict decarbonization policies being introduced by governments around the globe, several airlines are looking to decarbonize, as well as become more competitive in response to mounting public pressure to be more environmentally friendly. But when will airlines be […]