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Norwegian Aviation Entities Seek Sustainable Solutions

Supporting Norwegian aviation stakeholders’ vision to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Rambøll Group’s latest report showed that 30 percent of aviation fuel used across the country’s airports could be replaced by sustainable biofuels by 2030.


The study further suggests that in order to achieve this target, alternative financial sources for biofuel’s production must be obtained through public funding.


Dag Falk-Petersen, CEO, Avinor, commented, “All the parties involved in Norwegian aviation must share responsibility to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It is extremely good news that it will be possible to achieve a 30 percent cut in emissions thanks to large-scale investments in sustainable biofuels. The increase in production would also create new businesses and jobs in Norway.”