Centre of Excellence
Airbus and key Malaysian partners have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to assess local solutions for sustainable bio-mass production in Malaysia.
The aim is to determine the most suitable feedstocks to ensure that any future jet fuel production in the region is based only on sustainable solutions. The first assessment is expected to be completed by December 2014. Airbus supports the certification and development of commercial quantities of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation through promoting innovative regional projects world-wide.
The CORE-JetFuel project supports the European Commission in its dynamic and informed implementation of research and innovation projects in the field of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation. It links initiatives and projects at the EU and Member State level, serving as a focal point in this area to all public and private stakeholders. CORE-JetFuel addresses competent authorities, research institutions, feedstock and fuel producers, distributors, aircraft and engine manufactures, airlines and NGOs.
The Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR) is coordinating the project development and the team with the partners from Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., SENASA, WIP, EADS-IW, IFPEN.
US CAAFI Conference & Expo
The Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI) Conference & Expo will take place in Washington, DC on Tuesday, January 28 and Wednesday, January 29.
It will include presentations and white papers covering key issues facing the alternative aviation fuels industry as well as panels providing industry and stakeholder perspectives. The CAAFI General Meeting & Expo builds on the success of the alternative aviation fuels showcases with organizations who manufacture, test, evaluate, deliver, use or support alternative aviation fuels can mount displays showcasing their products and services.
% change vs. 1 year
EUAs spot Close: 5,7
EUAs spot Var: 13,32%
CERs spot Close: 0,46
CERs spot Var: 15,00%
March 3rd 2014