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Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) market to 41.6 billion dollar by 2032

In 2023, the sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) market was valued at USD 1.3 billion, with projections suggesting it will soar to USD 41.6 billion by 2032, boasting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 46.9%, reported Flight Training News.

The emphasis on sustainable fuel sources in aviation represents a crucial response to the environmental challenges posed by aviation emissions. As the aviation sector expands, so does its carbon footprint, underscoring the pressing need for eco-friendly alternatives.

SAF emerges as a promising substitute capable of significantly mitigating the environmental impact of air travel. Its adoption by airlines and airports is not merely a reaction to regulatory pressures but also a reflection of the increasing awareness and commitment among consumers and stakeholders to curbing aviation emissions.

Government policies and initiatives assume a pivotal role in expediting the uptake of SAF and propelling market expansion. International agreements such as the Paris Agreement establish ambitious emission reduction targets, prompting governments worldwide to implement regulations and incentives to promote the utilization of sustainable fuels in aviation. Mandates mandating a minimum blending of SAF with conventional jet fuel are becoming increasingly prevalent, incentivizing airlines to invest in sustainable alternatives.

Regulations and initiatives endorsing the use of SAF transcend geographical boundaries. For instance, the European Union has taken a leading stance, establishing targets to boost its adoption in the aviation sector. Similarly, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has pledged to achieve net-zero emissions from aviation by 2050, underscoring the global drive toward sustainability in air travel.

SAF growth figures are released after the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is to be assigned new responsibilities by EU legislators to expand its environmental remit.



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