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European Parliament set ambitious targets for clean energy

The European Parliament endorsed committee proposals for binding EU-level targets of an 35% improvement in energy efficiency, a minimum 35% share of energy from renewable sources in gross final consumption of energy, and a 12% share of energy from renewable sources in transport, by 2030.

2018-01-18 | EU | press release | renewable energy

POET-DSM cellulosic biofuels commercialization

The company has solved the critical challenge in pretreatment, overcoming what has been the No. 1 hurdle to commercialization for producers around the world, according to their news release. Project LIBERTY is now running pretreatment at 80 percent uptime.

2018-01-10 | International | press release | biofuels

16 January 2018: Workshop on political and regulatory issues related to Bio-CC(U)S

The IEA Bioenergy Special Project on Bio-CCS and Bio-CCU in cooperation with the Directorate General of the European Commission is organising this workshop to address the political and regulatory issues related to large-scale industrial implementation of Bio-CC(U)S as a climate mitigating tool.

2018-01-09 | International | event note | sustainability

Renewable energy – EU Council adopts its position

On 18 December 2017, the EC Council adopted its position on a directive promoting the use of renewable energy.

2018-01-08 | EU | press release | renewable energy

An ETI Perspective - Natural Gas Pathway Analysis for Heavy Duty Vehicles

The report presents the results of a comprehensive modelling exercise of natural gas Well-to-Motion (WTM) pathways relevant for heavy duty vehicles, to understand the impact on Green House Gas (GHG) emissions of natural gas vehicles forming part of the HDV fleet in the UK.

2018-01-08 | UK | publication | advanced motor fuels

The latest in bioenergy R&D in the US

Jim Lane published in his “Biofuels Digest” in a slide presentation the most actual efforts of the US Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) toward technologies for producing cost-competitive advanced biofuels from non-food biomass resources.

2018-01-08 | USA | press release | biofuels

First public ultra-fast charging station operational

As of 21 December 2017, Europe has its first publicly accessible ‘ultra-fast charger point’. This new generation of charging stations is part of a transnational network of pioneering charging technology.

2018-01-08 | EU | press release | electromobility

International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo June 11-13, 2018

The 34th Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Exhibition (FEW) - which is the world's largest ethanol event - will take place between June 11 and 13, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska.

2018-01-04 | International | event note | ethanol

Fuels of the Future 2018 - CORRECTION

In our last Newsletter some old and new data on the Fuels of the Future Conference got mingeld - we apologize and hereby present the correct programme.

2018-01-04 | International | event note | advanced motor fuels

U.S. biodiesel production still increasing despite expiration of tax credit

Through the first nine months of 2017, U.S. biodiesel production levels were slightly higher than 2016 levels, despite the expiration of a federal biodiesel blender's tax credit at the end of 2016.

2018-01-04 | USA | press release | biodiesel

Greening steel production through bioethanol and torrified wood

By collaborating with internal experts, those from academia and its customers, ArcelorMittal seeks ways to achieve its ambition of becoming a zero-waste company.

2018-01-04 | International | press release | Bioeconomy

Report on ILUC GHG emissions of biofuels production published

The study provides systematic analysis of the latest available scientific research and the latest available scientific evidence on indirect land use change (ILUC) greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) associated with production of biofuels.

2018-01-04 | International | publication | sustainability

Steeper Energy Announces EUR 50.6 M (DKK 377 M) Advanced Biofuel Project

Steeper Energy, a Danish-Canadian clean-fuel company, is partnering with Silva Green Fuel, a Norwegian-Swedish joint venture, to construct a EUR 50.6 M (DKK 377M) industrial scale demonstration plant at a former pulp mill located in Tofte, Norway leading to a future commercial scale project.

2018-01-04 | International | press release | advanced motor fuels

E-fuels Technologies in European Transport’s Future

According to a report by Cerulogy for T&E, e-fuels only have meaningful climate benefits if strict sustainability criteria are observed throughout the production process.

2017-12-14 | International | publication | bioenergy

Mixed progress for Europe’s transport sector in meeting environment goals

The EEA Briefing “Transport and Environment Reporting Mechanism gives an annual progress assessment.

2017-12-14 | EU | press release | emissions

Annual Ethanol & Biofuels Conference by Curtis & Wyss

The annual Ethanol & Biofuels Conference is scheduled on February 26-27, 2018 in Prague, Czech Republic.

2017-12-14 | International | event note | biofuels

15th International conference "Fuels of the Future 2018" in Berlin

The 15th International conference "Fuels of the Future 2018" will take place on 22 / 23 January 2018 in Berlin.

2017-12-14 | International | event note | advanced motor fuels

Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference

The conference includes a connected series of 5 conferences on the most important issues in the Bioeconomy and takes place on February 28th 2018 in Washington D.C.

2017-12-14 | International | event note | Bioeconomy

Passenger car registrations in Europe: +3.9% over 10 months

From January to October 2017, passenger car registrations across the European Union increased by 3.9%, totalling more than 12.8 million new vehicles registered.

2017-11-29 | EU | press release | Transport Sector

COP 23: 19 Nations Say They'll Use More Bioenergy

China and 18 other nations representing half the world's population said at COP 23 they planned to increase the use of wood and other plant matter from sustainable sources to generate energy as part of efforts to limit climate change.

2017-11-29 | International | press release | bioenergy
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