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Titan channels customer offsets into wind power generation
The Titan Aviation Fuels carbon offsets programme currently supports the Crow Lake Wind Emission Reductions Project in South Dakota, a 162MW wind project that hosts 108 wind turbines.
The four Wilson Air Center locations in Charlotte, Chattanooga, Houston and Memphis will be the first in the Titan network to offer the programme.

Titan Aviation Fuels has launched a carbon offset programme available through the Titan FBO network. The programme is being offered by environmental product organisation Terrapass and sources Green-e Climate certified carbon credits that meet the highest standards in terms of quality and transparency.

The Titan Aviation Fuels carbon offsets programme currently supports the Crow Lake Wind Emission Reductions Project in South Dakota, a 162MW wind project that hosts 108 wind turbines generating renewable energy and displacing fossil fuel-generated grid electricity.

The programme will be offered throughout the Titan FBO network where participating FBOs can offer the carbon offsets to their customers at the point of sale.

Additionally, all four of Titan's Wilson Air Center locations in Charlotte, Chattanooga, Houston and Memphis will be the first in its network to offer the programme.

“Wilson Air Center has always been centered around satisfying our customers' needs and requirements, and we are pleased to continue serving them by taking this next step with our carbon offsets programme in order to help support our customers' environmental initiatives," says owner Bob Wilson.

“We are very proud to offer this programme through participating Titan FBOs to the operators that utilise the Titan network throughout North America," adds Titan Aviation Fuels president Robbie Stallings. "This is a logical next step within the aviation industry for us to be a responsible eco-partner and to keep awareness at the forefront of our operations. Wilson Air Center has always been an innovator and leader in the FBO market, and its decision to become the launch FBOs for this programme again reinforces that mindset.”

There are more than 550 FBOs in the Titan Aviation Fuels FBO network.

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