ALIGHT is an EU-funded Smart Airport project. It had its take off 2020, and was planned to finalize Nov. 2024, now extended to Nov. 2025. 16 European partners participate. Copenhagen Airport is coordinating the project, and fellow airports from Rome, Vilnius and Warsaw are partners. The ALIGHT project has as its main goals to demonstrate:
The ALIGHT project has 11 work packages, each dealing with specific defined tasks in the route forward to an emission free airport. NISA is leading work packages, WP2, dealing with SAF, future propellants and the sustainability aspects as focal points. Read more about The ALIGHT Project: www.alight-aviation.eu
ALIGHT WP2 focuses on the production and supply of SAF from the feedstock sourcing to production methods/technologies till the arrival at the airport. The final outcome of the WP2 is to provide recommendations on the purchase of SAF.
WP 2 should create the best possible conditions for the supply of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). This implies the following objectives:
WP2 main categories are: SAF supply and delivery, sustainability, price, security, regulation and compliance.