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Japan to create bio jet fuel supply chain in clean energy push

Government to start imports this fall; rollout expected in 2023

Japan is scrambling to catch up with Europe and the U.S. in offering environmentally friendly jet fuel, vowing to replace 10% of standard aviation fuel with biofuel. (Photo by Koji Uema) 

TOKYO -- Japan will begin developing a supply network for bio jet fuel, aiming to make the fuel available across the country next year, as countries around the world work to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases from aviation, Nikkei has learned.

Infrastructure for handling sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will be built at Chubu Centrair International Airport in Aichi Prefecture, in central Japan.

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