“Sustainable aviation fuel”, so called SAF, is the general term for renewable or waste-derived fuels that are chemically very similar to fossil jet fuel. As a result, they can easily complement and replace the conventional equivalent used in aviation. The production processes for SAF are very different. What they have in common, however, is that they cause significantly less CO2 emissions than fossil jet fuels. This should greatly reduce emissions in air traffic in the future.
SARIA and the French multi-energy company TotalEnergies have decided to join forces to produce SAF. This project is a forward-thinking step towards creating a sustainable world for tomorrow.