Technological innovation (digitalization / hydrogen/ CCUS‚ etc.)
Bio jet fuel production utilizing carbon recycling technology, etc.
Technology development business
The United Nations agency has set a reduction target that will not increase CO2 emissions in the international aviation field after 2020, and will start reducing CO2 emissions in 2027, which will contribute to reducing CO2 emissions. It is necessary to accelerate the technological development of bio jet fuel.
For this reason, in this project, we will promote the following three technological developments and aim at a stable supply of bio-jet fuel.
(1) ATJ technology that can be expected to establish an early market (technology that manufactures jet fuel from alcohol using membrane and catalyst technology)
(2) Gasification FT synthesis technology with an advantage in raw material procurement (technology that converts wood, etc. into H2 and CO gas, and synthesizes liquid fuel from gas using a catalyst)
(3)Microalgae culture technology, which is one of the carbon recycling technologies and has a higher oil yield potential per unit area than other fuel crops
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Burkina Faso
- Costa Rica
- El Salvador
- The European Commission
- The Marshall Islands
- The Netherlands
- New Zealand
- The Philippines
- Republic of Korea
- San Marino
- Sao Tome and Principe
- The United Kingdom