With aviation one of the biggest contributors to CO2 emissions, finding new ways to cut back is crucial. Five years ago, Virgin Atlantic teamed up with LanzaTech to develop a new jet fuel made from the waste gases of industrial steel mills, and it seems the project has now borne fruit. The first 1,500 US gallons of the low-carbon jet fuel has been produced, passing performance tests on the way to a possible proving flight by next year.
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