GE Aviation signs an agreement for synthetic biofuel

11/8/2013 | American City Business Journals

GE Aviation has signed a deal to purchase cellulosic synthetic biofuel from the D'Arcinoff Group. "Developing alternative sources for jet fuel is fundamentally good for the aviation industry and the environment," said Mike Epstein, chief technologist in charge of alternative fuels efforts at GE Aviation, in a statement. "This collaboration enables GE Aviation to further its experience with alternative biofuels in our engines, and foster the development of a fuel source which has great potential."

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