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The EU’s Sweet 16: 16 of the Most Fascinating Projects under Development and in Deployment in Europe

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by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  Europe is often thought of as a dead-end for biofuels, owing to a thorny debate over fuel mandates, and agricultural protection. But it’s a reputation entirely undeserved; some of the most fascinating projects are there.

In this survey, we did not look at some excellent projects already commercialized, such as Beta renewables’ complex in Crescentino or the Eni or Neste renewable diesel projects. Rather, we look at emerging projects in this series below.

Audi commissions e-diesel research facility in Germany

Borregaard’s BALI process

Celtic Renewables


Ethanol Europe Renewables’ cellulosic plant in Macedonia


Global Bioenergies




Pannonia Ethanol financing ethanol expansion in Hungary

RenFuel using lignin from black liquor



UPM, Alholmens Kraft, St1




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