World’s largest ethanol jet fuel plant is coming soon

Pushes for renewable fuel at the state level have helped create the world’s largest sustainable jet fuel facility, which is set to begin running in just two years.

Honeywell is teaming up with Summit Agriculture Group to build a plant converting ethanol into 250 million gallons of sustainable jet fuel each year. Company leaders say it was created to meet growing demand and was made possible by state incentives as well as those in the Inflation Reduction Act.

It has not been disclosed where the facility will be located. Officially will only say it will be in the Gulf Coast region, and they expect it to be up and running by 2025.

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