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Really Huge! Changi Airport Builds Singapore’s Largest Rooftop Solar Project

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Singapore’s Changi Airport is building on its sustainability initiatives by launching a project to build a rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system. Partnering with Keppel Ltd., this venture is slated for completion in early 2025 and is poised to be the largest of its kind in Singapore. Solar Power to Transform… 

SAS Joins Airbus, Vattenfall, Swedavia and Avinor on Hydrogen Fuel

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Pioneering Collaboration for Hydrogen-Powered Aviation in Scandinavia Leading European aviation companies Airbus, SAS, Swedavia, Vattenfall, and Avinor have joined forces to advance net zero flights. Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), they have agreed to explore the potential of hydrogen as a sustainable aviation fuel. The collaboration will assess the… 

Cathay Takes Lead in Sustainable Aviation with the Inaugural HKSAFC

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Cathay has taken a major step in its journey to eco-friendly skies by establishing the Hong Kong Sustainable Aviation Fuel Coalition (HKSAFC). As a founding member, Cathay is at the forefront of the aviation sector’s move towards decarbonization. This initiative signals a bold commitment to sustainability and positions Cathay as… 

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Topsoe Tech Enables Preem Sustainable Aviation Fuel Plant In Sweden

Topsoe Steps Up as Key Technology Provider for Preem’s Groundbreaking Renewable Fuels Plant in Sweden Topsoe, a leader in catalyst and technology solutions for the green energy transition, has entered into a pivotal agreement with Preem to extend its HydroFlex™ technology for producing renewable fuels, including sustainable aviation fuel, at… 

KLM & Dutch Industry Partners: Joint Action for Sustainable Aviation

Responding to government policy and public concerns over sustainable aviation, the Dutch airline industry is collaborating on a shared agenda to advance towards a cleaner, quieter, and stronger aviation sector. The Netherlands’ airlines, knowledge institutions, manufacturing industry, industry-wide associations, and trade unions presented their vision for the future of aviation.… 

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