Air Canada, Airbus research biofuel options
from Toronto Star
Imagine a day when a giant airplane takes off, powered by plant oils, spent cooking oil or just plain old garbage instead of traditional jet fuel. It may still be a way’s off before this new technology is cost-effective, but scientists and aviation experts are focused on finding alternatives that reduce the carbon footprint of air travel. Air Canada and Airbus announced Monday that they have commissioned a study by BioFuelNet Canada, a nonprofit research organization based at McGill University, to come up with possible sustainable fuels.
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