“Zonder biobrandstof blijven klimaatdoelstellingen 2030 een illusie”

Blog door Bart-Willem ten Cate – Director Renewable Strategy and Development bij FinCo Fuel Group Een blik op de verschillende verkiezingsprogramma’s biedt vooralsnog weinig hoop als het gaat om het voldoende verminderen van de C02-uitstoot. Ondanks alle goede bedoelingen blijven de klimaatdoelstellingen ver uit zicht. Niet voor niets maakten Europese regeringsleiders eind vorig jaar strengere …

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Efficient market roll-out of advanced biofuels needed to achieve 2030 climate targets in transport

Current policy mechanisms have established targets and monitoring frameworks for low carbon fuels and improved car engine performance but have not yet been adequate to facilitate the market uptake of advanced biofuels. Their efficient market roll-out must be immediate if the 2030 targets are to be met. A new paper – by Calliope Panoutsou et al, recently published on …

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Oproep voorzitter NOVE: betrek hernieuwbare brandstoffen bij uitdaging Klimaatakkoord

Nico van Staveren, voorzitter van NOVE, vraagt aandacht voor de rol van hernieuwbare brandstoffen bij het bereiken van de klimaatdoelen voor mobiliteit. Vanuit de overheid is onder leiding van Laura van Geest, Bestuursvoorzitter van de Autoriteit Financiële Markten, een studiegroep rapport opgesteld. Dit rapport, Bestemming Parijs – Wegwijzer voor klimaatkeuzes 2030, 2050-, bevat opties, illustratieve …

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Maersk opts for bio-methanol for its climate neutral vessel operation

Denmark-based ship operators A.P. Moller – Maersk will operate the world’s first carbon neutral liner vessel by 2023 – seven years ahead of its 2030 ambitions. Maersk has developed a roadmap plan for climate neutral (net zero emission) operation by 2050. All future Maersk owned new buildings will have dual fuel technology installed, enabling either carbon …

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UPM considers Rotterdam as location for its next generation biorefinery plant

Rotterdam (Netherlands) and Kotka (Finland) are the two locations Finland-based UPM is reviewing for their next generation biorefinery plant with an envisaged capacity of 500 thousand tonnes per year of renewable fuels, including sustainable jet fuel. From their press release of 28-Jan-21: “UPM moves forward with biofuels growth plans and starts the basic engineering phase …

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H2020 EBIO Project: Turning low value crude bio liquids into sustainable road transport fuels

Turning low value crude bio-liquids into sustainable roads transport fuels, that is the objective of the new EBIO project. The project is funded by the Horizon2020 programme of the European Commission. The project started on the 7th of December 2020 and will run for 4 years. It’s totale budget is around 4 million euro. University …

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SkyNRG and LanzaTech team up in building Europe’s first of its kind Alcohol-to-Jet production plant

With support by the EC Horizon 2020 funding programma, the FLITE consortium, led by Netherlands-based SkyNRG and with involvement of technology provider Lanzatech, will be build a first-of-its-kind Alcohol-to-Jet facility to produce 30 thousand tonnes of sustainable aviation fuel on an annual basis. The consortium received 20 million euro grant funding. The FLITE AtJ facility will …

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Feedback Zeevaarttafel internet consultation ‘Besluit energie vervoer’

Possibly international mandates will be announced soon (FuelEU Maritime initiative), and this will have in particularly an impact upon the Netherlands which has the largest bunker sector in Europe. Given the scale of maritime bunkering in the Netherlands and the expected international targets , it will be important for the Netherlands that the sector is …

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