Alternative fuel development gets US push

The US-government’s Defense Logistics Agency’s Defense Energy Support Center and Air Transport Association of America have signed a strategic alliance agreement for the development and deployment of alternative aviation fuels. “By collaborating, we reinforce our commitment to fostering the widespread commercialisation of alternative jet fuel,” said James C. May, president and CEO of ATA. “By […]


The US-government’s Defense Logistics Agency’s Defense Energy Support Center and Air Transport Association of America have signed a strategic alliance agreement for the development and deployment of alternative aviation fuels.

“By collaborating, we reinforce our commitment to fostering the widespread commercialisation of alternative jet fuel,” said James C. May, president and CEO of ATA. “By combining our talents and experience, we are better positioned to explore cooperative market engagement for fuel, improve the financial prospects for alternative fuels infrastructure, accelerate fuel certification efforts and refine our methodology for determining environmental impacts.”