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GHG intensity of different feedstocks in the recast Renewable Energy Directive

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On 13 June this year compromise was reached between the EU institutions on the recast Renewable Energy Directive (REDII). The Directive is on its way to receiving approval from the European Parliament, with the plenary vote expected to be held in October 2018. It will then return to the Council…

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UK transport policy ready for REDII

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As we have discussed in previous blogs the recast Renewable Energy Directive (REDII) has been provisionally agreed following the triologue negotiations between the different European Union institutions. For our overview of the incoming changes you can click here.   Key elements of the provisional agreement The provisions of the new…

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Emissions reductions under the recast Renewable Energy Directive (REDII)

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As Emiliano set out in his blog a few weeks ago, on 13 June a compromise was reached between the EU institutions on the recast Renewable Energy Directive (REDII). This final text was endorsed by the EU ambassadors (the EU's Council) on 27 June. This means that the Directive…

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Emissions reductions under the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) II

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The EU's Renewable Energy Directive provides the central policy behind the production and promotion of energy from renewable sources in the EU. It requires the EU to fulfil at least 20% of its total energy needs with renewables by 2020. Looking beyond that horizon, on 30 November 2016, the European Commission published proposals…

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ADBA presents views on sustainable bioenergy to EC

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As part of the European Commission’s Energy Union strategy a new bioenergy sustainability policy for post 2020 is being developed. The new policy would impact the AD industry with possible changes to: sustainability criteria; soil, water and air quality standards; indirect land-use change (iLUC); and, the creation of new…

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Tags: European Union, ec energy union, bioenergy, bioenergy sustainability, sustainability criteria, anaerobic digestion, biomethane, crop operators, food waste operators, redii, iLUC, thom koller

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ADBA recommendations to EC on new bioenergy sustainability policy

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A new bioenergy sustainability policy for post 2020 is being developed as part of the European Commission’s Energy Union strategy. New sustainable bioenergy policy could have profound impacts on AD and bioresources with possible changes to: sustainability criteria; soil, water and air quality standards; provisions aimed at limiting indirect…

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Tags: European Commission, ec energy union, bioenergy, bioenergy sustainability, sustainability criteria, anaerobic digestion, biomethane, crop operators, food waste operators, redii, iLUC, thom koller

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How will the new sustainable bioenergy policy affect you?

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As part of the European Commission’s Energy Union strategy a new bioenergy sustainability policy for after 2020 is being developed, with a consultation now open. New sustainable bioenergy policy could have profound impacts on AD and bioresources with possible changes to: Sustainability criteria; Competition between different sectors (energy, industrial…

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Tags: European Commission, bioenergy, bioenergy sustainability, sustainability criteria, anaerobic digestion, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, 7% cap, iLUC, redii, circular economy package

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