SDG 07: Affordable and Clean Energy

Sustainable aviation fuel could bring India's industry to net-zero

India can look to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to reduce aviation’s carbon footprint. Image: Unsplash/Ashim D’Silva

Preeti Jain

Director, Business Development & Government Relations, LanzaTech

Johnathan Holladay

Vice President, Government Programmes, LanzaTech

Sonum Gayatri Malhotra

Clean Skies India, Shaping the Future of Mobility, World Economic Forum

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Environmental and climate benefits of SPK recycling carbon waste sustainable aviation fuel
Environmental and climate benefits of SPK which are produced in the LanzaJet ATJ Pathway from recycling carbon waste. Image: LanzaTech
LanzaJet™ ATJ-based sustainable aviation fuel can provide new value for ethanol for cars, trucks and jets.
LanzaJet™ ATJ-based sustainable aviation fuel can provide new value for ethanol for cars, trucks and jets. Image: LanzaTech

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