Guidance defers allowing U.S. producers to access the GREET model for calculating SAF tax incentives
SAF derived from co-processing is ineligible for the tax incentive. Treasury should adopt GREET as the similar methodology.
Treasury should adopt the U.S. Department of Energy’s Greenhouse Gases, Regulated Emissions, and Energy Use in Technologies (GREET) model as the secondary methodology for calculating tax credits for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) produced
As corporate standards continue to develop in the race to reach net-zero emissions, Clean Fuels Alliance America is guiding the industry toward a more streamlined process to accurately account for the carbon emissions benefits of sustainable aviation fuel.
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