DOE BETO Announced Funding to Accelerate SAF Technologies

The Department of Energy's (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) announced $2.5 million in funding, with an industry match of $2.5 million, for four projects selected from the Base Annual Appropriations Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF). Two of these projects are focused on SAF technologies:

Oak Ridge National Laboratory - $900,000
• Sustainable Aviation Fuel from Cellulosic Ethanol – in partnership with Gevo, Inc., Englewood, Colorado

Argonne National Laboratory - $154,000
• Scaling up Arrested Methanogenesis Technology for Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production – in partnership with Great Lakes Water Authority, Detroit, Michigan; University of Illinois Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; and Sulzer Chemtech USA, Inc., Humble, Texas.

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Twelve Breaks Ground on Moses Lake SAF Facility

In July, Twelve broke ground on its commercial-scale sustainable aviation fuel production facility in Moses Lake, Washington. The facility is expected to begin producing fuel in mid-2024 at a capacity of approximately five barrels a day (40,000 gallons per year), with plans to quickly increase production capacity.

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U.S. Government Announced Tax Credit for SAF

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Australia Forms Jet Zero Council and Launches Funding to Support SAF Production

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United Airlines Targets Using 10M Gallons of SAF in 2023

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