Spain and the US joined by the Environment
Spain and the United States have signed a cooperation agreement on the development of biofuels for aviation.
According to analyzes conducted in our country, this initiative could create 8,000 direct and indirect jobs and reduce energy dependence in Spain.
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The agreement was chaired by Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing, Rafael Catala, and US Deputy Transport Minister, John Porcari.
The agreement was signed by the director of the State Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Isabel Maestre, and executive director of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the USA, Carey J. Fagan.
Spain through the company SENASA, leads the program I + D + i Itaka, funded by the European Commission to implement aviation fuels in Europe.