The Department for Transport’s Green Fuels, Green Skies competition is part of the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution announced in November 2020. Competition funds will be used to support the early-stage development of SAF plants, referred to as “Front End Engineering Design (FEED),” “Pre-FEED,” and “Feasibility” stages of a project’s development lifecycle. The collaboration, called “Project Speedbird,” supports the development of the UK SAF sector towards deploying innovative SAF production technologies at a commercial scale that can reduce emissions from the aviation sector. The goal is to produce 100 million litres of sustainable fuel per year starting in 2025, to meet the large SAF supply-demand gap in the UK. The fuel produced would power 2,000 flights from London to New York operated by an A350 aircraft.