SAS is the largest airline in Scandinavia and its main hub is CPH. SAS conducted more than 800 scheduled flights daily in 2018. In addition, SAS offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and air cargo. SAS wants to reduce
CO2 emissions by 25 % by 2030 and they are pushing for large scale production of SAF in Scandinavia.
As a participating airline SAS will host demonstrations and give input to day-to-day operation of SAF
Hybrid Greentech is developing software service solutions to facilitate electrical energy storage (e.g. battery, fuel cells). They promote energy storage to obtain 100 % renewables in the energy and transport sector.
Hybrid Greentech will implement and demonstrate smart charging of electric vehicles. They will provide guidelines for energy storage at the pilot site and implement smart energy management.
BKL takes care of pumping Jet-Fuel to the airport, storage of Jet-fuel and subsequent pumping of the fuel through the hydrant system, which is an underground piping system to the individual aircraft stand.
BKL will be responsible for supply of SAF through existing pipelines or alternative routes. Necessary procedures will be described for both small and large scale airports.
BMGI is a consulting company working primarily with exploitation and dissemination in EU projects and business development within in energy and transport.
BMGI will be responsible for an exploitation plan and describing a bold vision for future airports in 2050