Lufthansa pilots algae jet fuel plant in Europe

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German airline signs deal with Australian company to build industrial-scale plant in an unnamed country

Lufthansa will team up with Australian biofuels company Algae.Tec to build a large-scale plant producing aviation fuels from algae. The two companies signed a collaboration deal earlier this week for...

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