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Supporting Materials and Worksheets 53 Worksheet 2: Regulatory Considerations (continued) Table 9. Summary of Worksheet 2--Regulatory considerations. Option: Regulation/Consideration Regulation/Consideration Regulation/Consideration Summary of Worksheet 2 Regulatory Considerations Need More Information Does Not Meet Likely to Meet Meets Worksheet 2, Table 6: FAA design standards and environmental regulations requiring FAA unconditional approval of an airport layout plan (for on-airport projects only) Worksheet 2, Table 7: General land-use compatibility considerations Worksheet 2, Table 8: General environmental permitting considerations Total Worksheet 2 Worksheet 2 grading (green, yellow, or red) 5.2.3 Worksheet 3: Energy Policy Considerations This worksheet is meant to identify and keep a record of potential entities and their policies that may support an alternative jet fuel project. This can be a useful resource for building a business plan. Instructions 1. Use one worksheet for each alternative jet fuel project under consideration. 2. For each entity and policy element, check the "Applicable," "May Be Applicable," "Not Applicable," or "Need More Information" box. 3. Space is provided to include other entities or policies identified by the reader. 4. Count the total number of items checked in each category. 5. Grade each option according to the following guidelines (see Section 3.5.2 for more details): Green: All or most policies are applicable. (Most or all boxes checked are in the "Applicable" column.) Yellow: Some policies are applicable and most may be applicable. (Some boxes checked are in the "Applicable" column, most boxes checked are in the "May Be Applicable" column, and some boxes checked are in the "Not Applicable" column.) Red: No policies are applicable. (Most boxes checked are in the "Not Applicable" column.) Note: This evaluation is intended to reflect the possible strength of support from a number of entities and their policies on alternative jet fuels for individual project options. A grading of red does not mean that a project is not viable. Such a grad- ing only indicates that the project does not appear to benefit from the potential support of the entities listed in the worksheet. This may put a given project at a dis- advantage compared to other projects that may get a higher grade for energy policy consideration. 6. Fill in the appropriate circle in the "Green," "Yellow," or "Red" column in the "Energy Policy" row of "Worksheet 6: Evaluation Summary."

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54 Guidelines for Integrating Alternative Jet Fuel into the Airport Setting Worksheet 3: Energy Policy Considerations (continued) Table 10. Energy policy considerations. Option: Entity Energy Policy Significance to Alternative May Be Applicable Elements Jet Fuel Projects Not Applicable Information Need More Applicable White House Explicit support White House policy for aviation statements can help airport biofuels leadership establish priorities and identify agencies tasked to implement alternative fuel support programs. Other: Other: FAA PARTNER Establish greenhouse gas Project 28 benefits for specific feedstocks and processes. PARTNER Establish particle matter Project 20 outcomes. VALE Possible synergies with alternative jet fuel projects. Sustainable Integrate alternative jet fuel Master Plan Pilot projects with airport's Program sustainability initiatives. Other: Other: U.S. Military Commitments Can help support alternative from Air Force jet fuel projects if co-located and Navy to with military customers. alternative fuels Other: Other: Other USDA BCAP Can provide support to government feedstock production. Value added Can finance project grants evaluation and development. Other: Other: Other Other: Other: Public/private CAAFI CAAFI's mission Provide support for partnerships of promoting alternative jet fuel projects, and coalitions alternative jet including technical fuels information, contacts, and technical assistance. Other:

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Supporting Materials and Worksheets 55 Worksheet 3: Energy Policy Considerations (continued) Table 10. (Continued). Option: Entity Energy Policy Significance to Alternative May Be Applicable Elements Jet Fuel Projects Not Applicable Information Need More Applicable Other: ATA/DLA Joint policies for Can support alternative jet Alliance purchase of fuel projects via off-take alternative fuels agreements. Other: Other: Farm to Support Provide support for Fly deployment of alternative jet fuel projects, alternative jet fuel including technical information and contacts. Other: Other: NGOs IATA Commitment to Alignment with long-term carbon-neutral interests of airlines growth by 2020 Other: ATA Support of Alignment with long-term alternative interests of airlines aviation fuels Other: ACINA ACINA Alignment with goals of ACI Environmental NA Goals Other: SAFUG Support of Support of coalition members alternative aviation fuels Other: Other Other: NGO Other: Other Other: NGO Other: Total Worksheet 3 grading (green, yellow, or red)