10-12-2018 | Strategy consultancy E4tech has evaluated for the NL Platform Renewable Fuels the main biofuels that can be used for shipping today and in 2030. ‘Drop-in’ biofuels in diesel-engines have the advantage of readiness and compatibility for deployment on short term.
The European Technology and Innovation Platform on Bioenergy (ETIP Bioenergy) is an industry-led stakeholder platform that brings together relevant actors from academia, industry, and civil society, engaged in the development of sustainable bioenergy and competitive biofuel tech
2018 | PDB heeft verkend hoe duurzame biobrandstoffen kunnen bijdragen aan het terugdringen van CO2-uitstoot in de Nederlandse transportsector. De inzet van biobrandstoffen in 2030 kan naar schatting ca. 100 PJ bedragen, ongeveer een kwart van de totale energievraag in transport.
This report provides an overview of the development status and commercial deployment of advanced biofuels as well as the incentives and support policies which, at the time, were available to producers of advanced biofuels.
In 2017, the Sub Group of Advanced Biofuels, part of the Sustainable Transport Forum, provided an overview on the developments in the value chains of advanced biofuels, renewable fuels and low-carbon fuels initiatives in Europe. This report is an update on this overview.
Frontier Economic has developed this report for World Energy Council Germany about the potential of Power-to-X (PtX). PtX is a phrase to indicate the production of renewable fuels (either gaseous or liquid, like hydrogen, methane) from electricity and carbon as a resource.
This study explores the impacts of alternative emission control interventions for international shipping on the European Seas on relevant air pollutant emissions, examines their consequence on ambient air quality in Europe and the neighbouring regions.