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Know Your SAF

Guide to Sustainable Aviation Fuels 

Learn How Different SAF Stack Up

SAF is quickly becoming the new standard for decarbonizing aviation and addressing Scope 3 emissions, but not all SAF delivers equal impact. Download our latest report to learn how different sustainable aviation fuels stack up.

The Power-to-Liquid Advantage

Power-to-Liquid (PtL) SAF provides critical advantages and maximum impact compared to other sustainable aviation fuels.

SAF Pathway Gasification

The Garbage Way: Gasification

Gasification is a process that converts carbon-based raw material like municipal waste, into synthesis gas (syngas) and then to fuel via the Fischer-Tropsch process.

The Corn Way: Alcohol-to-Jet

Alcohol-to-Jet fuels are biofuels that use agricultural crops such as corn, sugarcane, switchgrass or other energy crops to produce ethanol, which is then turned into jet fuel.

The Air Way: Power-to-Liquids

The Power-to-Liquid (PtL) pathway does not use direct organic compounds as feedstocks and is therefore not a biofuel. Instead, this pathway uses direct CO2, renewable electricity, and clean hydrogen as feedstocks.

SAF Pathway HEFA

The Fats Way: HEFA Biofuel

HEFA fuel is a biofuel made with feedstocks such as vegetable oils, waste oils or animal waste fat.

SAF Pathway Air Power-to-Liquids
SAF Pathway Alcohol-to-Jet

fuel for the long haul™

E-Jet® is our Power-to-Liquid sustainable aviation fuel made from CO2. It's fossil-free and has up to 90% lower lifecycle emissions than conventional fuel. It's drop-in certified and ready to fly. Learn more >

 E-Jet® SAF Made from CO2 by Twelve
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