Renewable jet fuel from organic waste
Our project will develop a process to produce sustainable biojet fuel (SBJF) from organic waste.
The use of biojet fuel can reduce CO2 emissions in the aviation sector and will lead to sustainable travel.
Our process will be able to convert any type of organic waste, including food or agricultural waste, to a ‘drop-in’ biofuel which can be mixed with traditional aviation fuel.
The phase one of the project will be carried out at the University of Amsterdam.
We are looking for funding or investment to scale up to pilot scale. We have been granted by Booking.com so we can start the R&D and then will look to scale this further.
We are looking to partner with organisation that wish to turn their waste into fuel using circular economy principles. We are Amsterdam based but will look to scale to other locations also.