Byogy Commissions Japanese Plant to Advance ATJ Process

April 8, 2021 — Byogy Renewables, an early proponent of the alcohol-to-jet (ATJ) process for producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), has built and is now commissioning one of the largest ATJ demonstration facilities in Japan. Byogy is partnering with Biomaterial in Tokyo (BITS) for this endeavor. BITS is a technology company that uses cellulosic sugars to develop advanced biotechnology solutions, and has developed proprietary technology providing solutions for cellulosic bio-ethanol production. Their shared facility will convert cellulosic bioethanol into SAF for use in existing aircraft.

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