Heathrow CEO: Aviation should have priority access to sustainable biofuels

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Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye spoke on innovation day at the Net Zero Festival | Credit: Heathrow Airport
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Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye spoke on innovation day at the Net Zero Festival | Credit: Heathrow Airport

Aviation sector will not be able to reach net zero if worldwide capacity of sustainable fuels is split between different transport sectors, John Holland Kaye warned at BusinessGreen’s Net Zero Festival

Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye has urged policymakers to give the aviation sector priority access to the world's sustainable biofuel capacity, warning that a failure do so could undermine the...

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