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The low-carbon fuel provider is aiming to increase its production of sustainable aviation fuel, helping airlines to reach their net-zero commitments.
World Energy, a low-carbon solutions provider based in Boston, is planning to convert its Houston refinery into a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) plant. It hopes that the increase in production will lower costs and make SAF more accessible to aviation and other industries.
By 2025, World Energy hopes that the converted plant will produce 250 million gallons of SAF annually. In conjunction with its existing SAF plant in Los Angeles, the company aims to produce one billion gallons annually by 2030.