Finnish refiner pushes for more sustainable fuel in Danish planes

A higher admixture requirement at Danish airports should be high on the list of climate initiatives if the nation's zero-emission target is to be met. And the requirement must be introduced this year, says Finnish refining company Neste.

Photo: Neste

It's been no more than a couple of weeks since the Danish Council on Climate Change saw fit to flunk the government's climate efforts, critiquing it for not yet having clarified how the nation can realize carbon emissions reductions of 70 percent by 2030.

Now, a Finnish suitor enters the stage with an idea that may help it get some of the way: The country must look to planes, specifically, what goes into them. Sustainable aviation fuel, SAF, must take up additional space in the engines of planes landing at and taking off from Danish airports, says refining company Neste.

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