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60 companies are accelerating the supply and use of sustainable aviation fuel to reach 10% of global jet aviation fuel supply by 2030
Carbon-free energy is in sight in some sectors but progress on abating carbon emissions in the aviation sector has been slower
Signatory companies represent a global group of airlines, airports, fuel suppliers and other industry stakeholders who are making a mission-critical commitment on the path to net zero

Finnish Sensible 4 and Swiss Transit Lab are starting a new, long-term pilot in Switzerland with an electric Level 4 autonomous shuttle bus. The first demonstration of the software and vehicle performance is happening already these days in Schaffhausen, at the annual event of the Swiss Public Transportation Association (VÖV). Later the shuttle bus will be driving as a part of public transportation service on last-mile and ease the everyday life of the local people.

New sustainable aviation fuel certificate (SAFc) system will allow firms and travellers to claim lower emission benefits when they cover the price premium for sustainable aviation fuel
Initially aimed at corporate air travel, the system is designed to boost demand for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and unlock additional funding sources
With existing technologies, SAF can reduce GHG emissions by up to 80% on a life-cycle emissions basis
Read more about the SAFc system here

Sappi Europe, a leading European manufacturer of coated paper, packaging and speciality paper headquartered in Belgium, is working with Shippeo, the leading European provider of real-time visibility solutions, to increase efficiency and customer satisfaction using Shippeo's platform. This collaboration provides Sappi with real-time visibility on internal transport routes as well as across Europe, down to the last mile to the customer.

Henkel Adhesive Technologies, a leader in structural adhesives and surface treatments for the aircraft OEM and MRO industries worldwide, has announced its collaboration on a research study focused on Reducing CO2 Emissions by Improving Materials Utilization. The study is currently being conducted by Boeing Germany in partnership with the Institute for Lightweight Construction at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich, and is funded by Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

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