DfT releases delivery plan for a SAF revenue certainty mechanism

The Department for Transport has published a plan outlining how a revenue certainty mechanism for SAF could be delivered by the end of 2026, subject to Parliamentary time.
DfT releases delivery plan for a SAF revenue certainty mechanism
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The government has tabled an amendment to the Energy Bill on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). This places a statutory duty to publish a consultation on the options for designing and implementing a revenue certainty scheme for SAF within 6 months of royal assent of the Energy Bill.

This plan outlines how a revenue certainty mechanism for SAF could be delivered by the end of 2026, subject to Parliamentary time.

It has been published in tandem with a written ministerial statement, which commits the government to introduce a revenue certainty mechanism to support SAF production in the UK. The intention is that such a mechanism will be industry funded.

The plan outlines significant milestones and an approximate timeline for each milestone to be delivered to ensure a revenue certainty mechanism by 2026. 

You can view these milestones here. 

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