30 percent of Avinor’s aviation fuel could be sustainable by 2030

Posted by ICEF Secretariat September 15, 2017

A new report from Rambøll, international engineering company, shows that 30% or 400 million liters of all aviation fuel used at Avinor's airports could be sustainable by 2030. This fuel would be created from forestry waste and pulpwood from Norwegian forests. The main objectives of the report were to look at access to sustainable fuel and new, certified production technologies and to evaluate what funding would be required to phase in sustainable biofuel for aircraft at Norwegian airports.