Here’s the Daily ESG Digest for June 20th, Monday.

1. (North America) Sustainable Aviation Fuel from Carbon Dioxide. United Airlines, and its sustainable aviation-focused venture capital fund United Airlines Ventures (UAV) announced today a new investment and commercial agreement with CO2 utilization company Dimensional Energy. Under the new agreement, United will purchase at least 300 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) over 20 years, produced from repurposed carbon dioxide. (Link)

2. (Europe) Hydrogen-Powered Truck. Volvo Trucks announced today plans to add new fuel cell electric trucks powered by hydrogen to its product portfolio, in the second half of this decade. The company said that it has begun testing vehicles using the new technology. The hydrogen-powered trucks would expand Volvo’s CO2-neutral portfolio, which currently includes battery electric trucks and trucks that run on renewable fuels, such as biogas. (Link)

3. (Asia) 50,000t Capacity Hydrogen Plant. LG Chem announced its plan to produce hydrogen as a key component of its long-term 2050 Net Zero corporate sustainability goal. Aligned with this goal, LG Chem said it would establish a plant in Daesan, Korea, with the capacity to produce 50,000 tons of hydrogen annually by the second quarter in 2024. This plant will be the first LG Chem site to produce pure hydrogen, apart from those earned as off-gases. (Link)

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