DHL Express to Speed Up  Decarbonisation of Aviation with World Energy

DHL Express to Speed Up Decarbonisation of Aviation with World Energy

Sign one of the longest and largest sustainable aviation fuel certificate agreements in the aviation industry to date

DHL Express and World Energy, a leading SAF producer and low-carbon solutions provider, have signed a long-term strategic agreement to accelerate the decarbonization of aviation logistics through the purchase of approx. 668 million liters of Sustainable Aviation Fuel via sustainable aviation fuel certificates (SAFc).

The seven-year contract, to run through 2030, is one of the longest and largest SAFc agreements in the aviation industry to date. 

The agreement is expected to reduce approx. 1.7 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions over the aviation fuel lifecycle – this is equivalent to handling the approximately 77,000 annual aircraft movements of DHL Express in the Americas carbon neutrally for a full year.

The milestone agreement is further testament to DHL Group’s ambitious Sustainability Roadmap, which includes the goal to reduce the Group's annual greenhouse gas emissions to below 29 million tonnes CO2e in 2030 across scopes 1, 2 and 3. 

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John Pearson, CEO DHL Express said: "By partnering with World Energy and confirming this milestone agreement, we are taking another concrete leap towards minimizing our carbon footprint and contributing to a more sustainable future.

"We want to inspire more suppliers to accelerate industry-wide production and adoption of SAF.”

Gene Gebolys, World Energy CEO said: “Decarbonizing the hard-to-abate sectors requires commitment across the value chain, and partnerships like the one we are launching today are key to enabling companies like DHL to meet their ambitions climate goals.”

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