Alternative fuel is technically possible but economically challenging

09/2/2010 | Aviation International News

U.S. airlines continue to test various alternative fuels in their ongoing efforts to reduce emissions. Although recent tests have shown that planes can fly on a variety of non-fossil fuels, no energy company has yet shown that it can produce such fuels more economically. Among the issues facing producers: the high cost of building refineries and growing huge quantities of feedstock.

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