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MoU Between Tata Group’s Airlines and CSIR-IIP

Published on September 24, 2022
Current Context: Tata Group's airlines- Air India, Vistara, and Air Asia India, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research- Indian Institute of Petroleum (CSIR-IIP).
MoU Between Tata Group’s Airlines and CSIR-IIP
  • The primary objective of this agreement is to work together on research & development (R&D), and deployment of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAFs).
  • SAFs are made from sustainable resources, such as agricultural wastes, forestry, and used cooking oil that can be blended with fossil jet fuel to reduce emissions.
  • In order to achieve carbon neutrality, the focus of the MoU will be on Single Reactor Hydro-processed Esters and Fatty Acids HEFA (Fuel) Technology for Drop-in Liquid Sustainable Aviation and Automatic Fuel (DILSAAF).
  • The MoU is in line with the pledge made by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to achieve net-zero carbon emissions from their operations by 2050 in line with the Paris Climate Agreement.
  • CSIR-IIP was established in 1960 in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, and is dedicated to research and development in the hydrocarbon sector. The current Director of the institute is Dr. Anjan Ray.

Question:

Q.1 For the deployment of SAFs, the CSIR-IIP signed an MoU with which the following:
I. Air India
II. Vistara
III. Air Asia India

a. I only
b. I, II only
c. II, III only
d. All
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