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Jet Zero Australia, Trovio to design an Aussie ‘Book and Claim’ registry framework

Jet Zero Australia, Trovio to design an Aussie ‘Book and Claim’ registry framework
Mark Freeman (left), Finance Director, Jet Zero Australia; Ed Mason, CEO, Jet Zero Australia; and Anthony Bennett, Head of Future Fuels Partnerships, Trovio (photo courtesy Jet Zero).

In Australia, advanced biofuels company Jet Zero Australia Pty Ltd (Jet Zero Australia) and digital asset infrastructure developer Trovio Operating Pty Ltd (Trovio) have announced that they have entered a strategic partnership to design and develop the ‘Book and Claim’ Registry for Australian sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel.

According to a statement, the Registry will support the capture and retention of provenance data throughout the supply chain to meet the required standards for the issuance and retirement of SAF credits (SAFc) and SAF End-User Reduction credits (SERc).

The platform and functional design will be powered by Trovio’s advanced technology CorTenX, which was also selected by the Australian Government’s Clean Energy Regulator (CER) for a new Unit and Certificate Register for the Australian National Registry of Emissions Units (ANREU).

CorTenX is a purpose-built Environmental Registry Solution. The platform is built API first, allowing for seamless integration with relevant external stakeholders including exchanges and other venues.

The register is targeting to be live with a fully operational and integrated platform for the creation, issuance, data retention, and transacting of SERc and SAFc credits before the completion of Jet Zero Australia’s first SAF project, Project Ulysses in North Queensland.

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