Estimates the volume of fuel demand and potential market size, in U.S. dollars, under three scenarios for future liquid hydrogen (LH2) refueling in Alaska.
Analyzes scenarios under which the aviation sector could achieve emissions reductions in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Recommendations for the design of post-2020 standards, part VIII.
Leveraging EU policies and climate ambition to close the cost gap between conventional and sustainable aviation fuels
Argues that the EU’s new “Fit for 55” proposals could be leveraged to steer more revenue toward development of sustainable aviation fuels, and to discourage use of fossil jet fuel.
Recommendations ensure a national standard delivers deep GHG reductions and drives the use of second-generation fuels
Assesses the economic and environmental impacts of replacing the federal Renewable Fuels Standard with a national low-carbon fuel standard
Analyzes the potential of e-kerosene for decarbonizing the aviation sector, and finds that while expensive, the cost of e-kerosene will decline over time, and if subsidized, could become a viable sustainable aviation fuel.
Analyzes the cost of hydrogen produced at decentralized hydrogen recharge stations and finds the cost to be above the European Commission’s 2030 target price for hydrogen, but manageable if the fuel is subsidized
An estimate of current collection and potential collection of used cooking oil from major Asian exporting countries
Estimates how much used cooking oil (UCO) is likely to be available from the six countries in Asia that currently export the most UCO to Europe and the United States.
Examines the noise and climate impacts of re-introducing supersonic aircraft aviation and finds them to be nearly prohibitive obstacles