GE Aviation has signed an agreement to purchase cellulosic synthetic biofuel from the Washington DC-based D’Arcinoff Group, to be used for production and development testing of GE jet engines. According to a company statement, the 10-year agreement calls for GE’s baseline commitment of 500,000 gallons annually of the low-emissions jet fuel to be used at the company’s main jet engine testing facility in Peebles, Ohio. Options are available to order up to 10 million ...

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