A feasibility study of integrating AirHive DAC technology with sustainable fuel production process

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Airhive is positioned to address the growing need for green CO2 sources in the synthesis of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), driven by stringent environmental regulations in the aviation industry and the UK ETS. Airhive’s DAC technology aims to fulfil this requirement effectively.

This Short Knowledge Transfer Project project will assess the feasibility of integrating Airhive's DAC technology with SAF production plants. The focus will be on exploiting the technology's potential for heat integration, compact footprint, and low utility requirements to offer a superior solution for CO2 capture and utilisation. Implementing Airhive’s DAC technology in SAF production processes is projected to provide a sustainable path to reducing aviation carbon emissions and meeting regulatory demands, while also offering economic advantages through cost-efficiency and potential market growth.
Effective start/end date1/01/2431/03/24


  • Airhive


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