Synthetic fuels gaining altitude, FAA expert says

12/5/2008 | Mass High Tech (Boston)

Mark Rumizen, the FAA's leading expert on alternative fuels, says the U.S. is finally getting international attention for its efforts to develop jet fuel from sources such as coal, weeds and algae. That research is being spurred by the Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative, which seeks to bring airlines, fuel companies and standards bodies together to help make synthetic fuels commercially viable.

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