SkyNRG is an Amsterdam-based clean technology company that is developing SAF from sustainable feedstocks, such as waste oils from biological origin, agriculture residues or non-fossil carbon dioxide. These products are more sustainable than the fossil fuels that are usually used to power air crafts and SkyNRG has the stated intention of making SAF an industry standard.
The company has various processes it can use to produce SAF. Examples include the Fischer-Tropsch process, Hydrotreated Esters and Fatty Acids, and Alcohol to Jet. The fuels are produced in Delfzijl, the Netherlands at a plant called DSL-01. Waste feedstock, such as cooking oils from restaurants in the surrounding area, are processed at the plant. Once the oils go through the appropriate process, they can be used as fuel for aviation purposes. Since the oils are not a fossil fuel, they do not produce as much carbon dioxide at non-renewable fuels. The company states that all of its SAFs are Jet A/A-1 compliant. Clients can receive SAFs through downstream supply chain or through Shell Aviation.
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