Supplementing Directive (EU) 2018/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council by establishing a minimum threshold for greenhouse gas emissions savings of recycled carbon fuels and by specifying a methodology for assessing greenhouse gas emissions savings from renewable liq
The topic of renewable fuels is seeing a lot of debate this month, thanks to Germany’s sudden renegotiation of the CO2 performance standard, part of the “fit for 55” package. The Platform thinks distributed ledger technologies might make Germany's proposal technically possible.
This report (by Maritime Knowledge Center, TNO and TU Delft) aims to establish a coherent overview of methanol as an alternative fuel in shipping, including its strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
The European Commission Joint Research Center made a broad assessment of biomass usage and availability within the EU. This report presents their findings and introduces new frameworks for the analysis of the environmental impacts of biomass supply chains.
This report examines what is needed to decarbonise international shipping by 2035. Zero carbon emissions from shipping within this timeframe is one of the proposed levels of ambition in the context of the International Maritime Organization’s “Initial GHG Strategy”, due to be agr
This brochure by Volvo Trucks describes the pros and cons of different alternative fuels. It emphasises the importance of a holistic view and the co-operation between all the various players involved in the analysis and selection of the fuels that will carry us into a sustainable
Analysis by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on road freight transport and its options for becoming sustainable. Analysis by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on road freight transport and its options for becoming sustainable.
This study provides a range of detailed information and data to support policy makers and inform other stakeholders about the possibilities for the reduction of GHG emissions in the road transport sector.