Solena files for bankruptcy, British Airways pulls out of GreenSky Project

To no surprise, British Airways announced it will pull out of the GreenSky Project and its partner Solena Fuels Corporation (SFC) is filing for bankruptcy. While this is a major setback to the commercialization of biojet fuel, difficulties plagued the project since it was announced in 2010. The p...

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