With no other way for the aviation industry to significantly cut their carbon emissions, airliners see biofuels as the only solution to meeting soon-to-come regulations on renewable fuels use.
WestJet and Air Canada, its plane pictured here, are among airline companies devoting resources to studying the suply of biojet fuels in Canada. Photo courtesy of Flickr
Potential aviation-specific regulations in Canada’s new clean fuel standard, set to take effect in 2019, might jumpstart domestic production of biofuels that may soon power jets for popular carriers such as Air Canada and WestJet, say advocates.
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