SA has the potential to produce more Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) than its domestic market demands, but must act swiftly to compete with regions like Europe where ESG and environmental concerns and regulations are already a priority.

A study by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) estimates that SA has the potential to produce between 3.2-billion litres and 4.5-billion litres of SAF per year, surpassing  the country’s domestic demand of 1.8-billion litres. However, the right policies were needed to fully capitalise on this opportunity. ..

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