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Microsoft and Alaska Airlines are working with this startup to make clean jet fuel from carbon emissions

Diana Olick of CNBC reports on Microsoft and Alaska Airlines’ work to make clean jet fuel.

The C3 Take
  • Twelve, a startup that captures CO2 to make new products, is partnering with Alaska Airlines and Microsoft to develop sustainable aviation fuel.
  • The sustainable aviation fuel has an environmental footprint that is 90% smaller than that of conventional jet fuel.
  • Alaska Airlines and Microsoft have both announced net zero commitments by mid-century.

“Most SAF is made out of carbon from organic vegetable oils, but Twelve, a chemical technology company based in Berkeley, California, is making fuel out of carbon dioxide. It just announced a collaboration with Alaska Airlines and Microsoft to advance production and use of Twelve’s E-Jet, a lower-carbon jet fuel.”

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