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The Norwegian aviation industry is seeking sustainable solutions in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, with the realistic aim of replacing 30 percent of all aviation fuel used across its airports with biofuel by 2030.

The possibility of achieving this goal was shown in a report by Rambøll Group, which also addressed the challenges related to financing the production of sustainable fuel, which is currently in limited supply.

Torbjørn Lothe, director general, Federation of Norwegian Aviation Industries, explained, “The authorities and politicians will have to facilitate large-scale investment in the commercial production of biofuel in Norway, with financial incentives that work. […] This would allow us to create a commercial market for the production of biofuel for aviation as quickly as possible.”