Green skies ahead?

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Using biofuels to power aircraft is becoming an increasingly realistic solution for reducing aviation's growing carbon footprint, say experts.

A recent study by US engineering company Honeywell and jet engineers Boeing and Rolls Royce, claims that a bio jet fuel blend could be certified and ready for use in two years. Major airlines, biofuel experts and jet engine constructors now believe biofuels could be ready for large-scale commercial use as soon as 2015. Indeed, just as Energy Risk went to

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