The Waterline

19 July 2022

A further £180 million has been committed to build a UK sustainable aviation fuels industry, as Phillips 66 Humber Refinery’s pioneering role was praised by government.

Funding, to be drawn down in the next three years, will support the commercialisation of production plants and fuel testing. It will be in addition to £400 million already committed to support the next generation of green technologies, with five new plants the plan.

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