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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… 

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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… 

Copenhagen Airport Reviews Intelligent V2G In Parking

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Copenhagen Airport Explores the Potential of Intelligent Control for Charging Stations Copenhagen Airport recognizes the immense potential of intelligent control for traditional and Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) charging stations in its parking facilities. By implementing smart management systems, the airport aims to reduce electricity costs and contribute to a decrease in CO2… 

SAS Has New Reward Program For Sustainable Travel

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In January 2024, SAS will introduce the EuroBonus Conscious Traveler. This exciting rewards program empowers EuroBonus members to make conscious and sustainable choices when traveling with SAS and enjoy exclusive benefits. With EuroBonus Conscious Traveler, SAS is committed to making sustainable travel more accessible and rewarding for its customers. From… 

ZeroAvia Gets $116m Series C Funding for Hydrogen-Powered Flight

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ZeroAvia announced today the completion of its Series C funding round, raising $116 million to advance hydrogen-powered flight. The UK Infrastructure Bank, Airbus, Barclays Sustainable Impact Capital, and NEOM Investment Fund (NIF) are joining as cornerstone-level investors. This funding will accelerate the certification of ZeroAvia’s first engines. It will also… 

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