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Wind innovator’s SkyClean to slash carbon in aviation and agriculture

Both the aviation and agriculture sectors could face faster decarbonization than expected through the use of carbon negative fuels – according to clean energy legend Henrik Stiesdal, who aims to bring his SkyClean fuel to market by 2025 and tackle two of largest emitting birds with one stone. The fuel is produced through a combination of agricultural waste and green hydrogen to produce jet fuel which is chemically identical to the A-1 fuel currently used by commercial airlines, leaving waste which can be used as fertilizer in a full carbon-cycle approach. We’ve previously spoken against biomass, with European plans to power 2% of the continent, with overambitious plans to cut down and replace 2,700 square kilometers of forest each year.…

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