Center of Excellence
& Service for Aviation Refuellers

The mission of Group CéSAR is to develop, test, and deploy a set of innovative solutions to make aviation and airports significantly greener and more sustainable.


The Technology We Need to Make the Transition to Zero is Available Today

We can supply you with the right toolset to ensure the success of your journey toward zero emissions. For decades, we have excelled in modifying hundreds of vehicles, adhering to technical standards and requirements.

Our Transition Risk Management Includes:

  • Establish forums for knowledge exchange and business networking opportunities for suppliers and consumers of transition technology.
  • Ensuring requirements apply to electric vehicles i.e., batteries, cables, switches, and controls have complied with electrical compliance regulations for the hazardous zone in which they are positioned.
  • Enable funders to invest directly in high-impact programs designed and led by our expert staff.
  • Connect and collaborate with key players within the Aviation Refueling industry.
  • Ensure consistency around quality installation and safety across the network.
  • Support Internal change management, stakeholder engagement, training, and process development to make the transition as easy and seamless as possible.
  • Focus on directly advising boards and senior management teams to proactively implement best-practice governance processes and structures to minimize risks related to the electric high voltage technology and the requirements for the lithium batteries.


To ensure the aviation refueling industry is on track to achieving net zero emissions by industry must significantly increase the uptake of BEVs within the current decade. Build single market for technical services supported by a single rulebook & convergence of supervisory practices.


Electric vehicles have substantially lower fuel and maintenance costs than diesel vehicles, & following electricity prices regulations and reduced oil dependency in certain countries, electric vehicles have a much lower total cost of Ownership (TCO).


The lack of standardized technician qualifications exacerbates hurdles for the widespread adoption of BEVs, including range anxiety and safety risks; this leads to confusion about preferred technology: battery electric, fuel cell, or powertrains.


Companies that fully understand the capabilities of their assets can better understand asset management risks to address vulnerabilities & improve resilience, improve current and future decision-making based on historical information.