ITAKA provides sustainable fuel for KLM flights at Oslo Airport


ITAKA provides sustainable fuel for worldwide’s first biojet supply via hydrant system at 
      Oslo Airport

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has launched a series of around 80 biofuel flights from Oslo to Amsterdam operated with an EMBRAER 190. Biofuel has to be supplied by fuel trucks for these flights in order to measure the efficiency of biofuel in comparison with kerosene during the Embraer flights. The biofuel for these series of flights is produced from 100% RSB (Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials) certified camelina oil and in full compliance with the EU RED standard. It is produced within the ITAKA project and supplied by Air BP and SkyNRG.

Public consultation

Public consultation

The EC is carrying out a new public consultation related to the preparation of a sustainable bioenergy policy for the period after 2020. The consultation period to submit your contributions is 10 February to 10 May 2016. The objective of this survey is to consult stakeholders and citizens on an updated EU policy on sustainable bioenergy for the period 2020-2030. You are invited to submit your response.

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Camelina oil production


A 4th camelina oil plantation is currently growing in Spain to complement the highly valuable information made already available from the project in the previous plantations. Information gathered about the crop in the European Union focus on improve social, economic and environmental performance of the crop.

This plantations in Spain are complemented with smaller plantations in Romania to consider different climate and socioeconomic conditions.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 308807