The Sky's the Limit Challenge: the finalists are announced
The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, today announced at CEM10/MI-4 in Vancouver the four finalists of the Green Aviation Fuels Innovation Competition of the Sky's the Limit Challenge. Each finalist will receive up to $2 million to produce the most economical and environmentally sustainable jet fuel. The winner will be awarded a $5 million grand prize.
The finalists are:
Carbon Engineering Ltd for its Sustainable Aviation Fuel., made from Air, Water and Renewable Electricity (British Columbia);
Enerkem for its Sustainable Aviation Fuels from Agro and Forestry Biomass and from Municipal Solid Waste through a Hub and Spoke approach (Quebec);
SAF+ Consortium (Carbon Consult Group, CO2 Solutions) for its Production of Sustainable Aviation Fuel from flue gas–captured CO2 and low-carbon hydrogen (Quebec);
FORGE Hydrocarbons Corp for its Lipid-to-Hydrocarbon Biojet Project (Alberta).
Congratulations to the finalists and to all the participants to the Challenge!