Flexjet project, sustainable jet fuel from flexible waste biomass
flexJET project will build a pre-commercial demonstration plant for the production of advanced sustainable aviation biofuel (SAF) from waste vegetable oil and organic solid waste biomass, successfully demonstrating the ""Sustainable Aviation through Biofuel Refining"" (SABR) process for the refining biodiesel from organic waste oils combined with Thermo-Catalytic Reforming (TCR®) combined with hydrogen separation through pressure swing adsorption (PSA)) to produce SAF, a fully equivalent jet fuel blend (in compliant with ASTM D7566 Standards). This project will deliver respective environmental and social sustainability mapping of SAF production and it will validate its a comprehensive exploitation. The consortium brings together some of the most renowned scientific departments, applied research institutions, key industrial companies in the renewable energy sector, particularly in terms of bioenergy studies and the development of relevant projects in Europe. Partners are from 5 different European countries. From 2018 until 2022, this conjoined effort will make use of the precious assistance of respected industry experts to advise and guide the project.