A comprehensive sustainability assessment shows that first generation sugars are as advantageous as second generation sugars for a feasible and sustainable resource strategy of Europe’s bio-based chemical industry.
Bioenergy Europe's 2019 statistical report on biomass supply in Europe. Bioenergy Europe's 2019 statistical report on biomass supply in Europe. Bioenergy Europe's 2019 statistical report on biomass supply in Europe.
The International Civil Aviation (ICAO) developed CORSIA, a carbon offset and carbon reduction scheme to decrease climate emissions for international flights. One of the options to comply with CORSIA goals, is to use sustainable aviation fuels, or SAFs.
The Norwegian Environment Agency commission in 2019 a study that provides an overview of current and future global production of liquid biofuels for use in the transportation sector - with a special focus on advanced liquid biofuels.
The report analyzes the effectiveness of a renewable energy obligation for aviation in the Netherlands. This analysis is necessary in light of the international character of aviation and due to the importance of this sector in the Dutch economy.
The European Vehicle Market Statistics Pocketbook of the International Council of Clean Transportation (ICCT) offers a statistical portrait of passenger car, light commercial and heavy-duty vehicle fleets in the EU from 2001 to 2018.
This report covers both the production of biomass feedstocks, as well as the conversion of these feedstocks to different energy vectors. It focusses on how innovation could bring down costs and reduce barriers to deploying technologies within the biomass and bioenergy sub-theme.
Netherlands Platform Sustainable Biofuels (PDB) in collaboration with Navigant, organised a stakeholder consultation about the deployment of renewable fuels in maritime shipping sector.
Platform Duurzame Biobrandstoffen commissioned a study, executed by Navigant, to understand how the targets for renewable fuels in the Netherlands transport sector for 2030, in line with the Climate Agreement, can be achieved.
This report by the World Biogas Association aims to “highlight the potential of anaerobic digestion as a technology to generate renewable energy, abate GHG emissions and recover nutrients, as well as the role it can play in meeting the climate change targets.