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Eco-Technology of the Year: Pratt & Whitney

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Pratt & Whitney’s patented EcoPower jet engine washing system is certified under the Verified Carbon Standard, the world’s most renowned voluntary CO2 offset agency. The certification program took Pratt & Whitney 2.5 years to complete due to the intensity of requirements under the Verified Carbon Standard. Pratt & Whitney now has the ability to certify the CO2 savings directly related to the fuel burn reduction, which is a result of regular EcoPower jet engine washing. The first ever aviation-related CO2 certified offsets were awarded in a ceremony on February 13 to Hawaiian Airlines.

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