Although the current innovations proposed in HIGFLY are most relevant to the aviation fuel sector, the technologies and materials being developed can also contrib
The HIGFLY project is keen on new collaborations with partners from other EU-funded projects and platforms, both on technological aspects as well as to organize joint activities such as information sharing, events or initiatives that can build on project results. Let's explore our potential synergies for a greener aviation sector.
Current bio-based alternatives for jet fuel (HVO/HEFA) rely on scarce and geographically dispersed feedstocks, such as used cooking oil and animal fats, that cann
We welcome any inquiry on HIGFLY'S innovative technologies for the production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels from abundant and sustainable feedstocks from the general public, the press, industry and academia. If you’re interested in knowing more about the project and think what we are working on might bring benefit to your work and research, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are looking forward to discussing with you the relevance of our investigative and applied efforts, especially if this can be an opportunity for your sector.