DOE Joins “Farm To Fly” Initiative

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DOE will reportedly join the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) "Farm to Fly" initiative to help promote the development and use of sustainable aviation biofuels. Under the initiative, USDA, Boeing, and the Air Transport Association of America are working together to accelerate the availability of commercially viable and sustainable aviation biofuels in the United States to increase domestic energy security, establish regional supply chains, and support rural development. The initiative was renewed in 2013 for another five years. More information on the "Farm to Fly" program is available online.

Topics:  Aviation Industry, Biofuel, DOE, FAA, USDA

Published In: Agriculture Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Transportation Updates

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