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Stiesdal's new concept aims to ensure clean jet fuel

A process combining pyrolysis with electrolysis aims to produce climate-neutral jet fuel and sequester CO2 in agricultural soil. A Danish lobbying group requests EUR 53 million in development aid.

Photo: European Patent Office

Henrik Stiesdal is not only busy inventing new floating offshore wind turbine platforms and energy storage technologies. With his new SkyClean concept, the Danish wind industry's revered inventor now also aims to restructure the aviation sector by creating climate-neutral jet fuel using agricultural substances such as straw and manure – while simultaneously sequestering CO2 in the ground.

Lobby organization Danish Agriculture & Food Council thinks the concept is bankable and requests DKK 400 million in development aid from the Danish state to complete and demonstrate the technology.

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