CO2-free fermentation technology developed amid surging demand for low-carbon biofuel


As much as one-third of the carbon in sugar is lost as carbon dioxide (CO2) during fermentation processes that use biomass to make renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). That waste CO2 translates into notable consequences for biorefiners scrambling to meet demand for low-carbon biofuels. Less carbon makes it into the fuel, lowering yields. […]

The race to develop net-zero aviation fuel


With governments and activists ramping up pressure on airline companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, Michael Nelson explores what innovations are being made to tackle the challenge. The global economy is reliant on a thriving aviation sector. According to the International Air Transport Association, air transport can provide city-pair connections that serve as virtual […]