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Vivergo Fuels: 2% Biofuel Crop Cap Would Be ‘Disastrous’ and Hit Feed Hard

Submitted by on September 12, 2017 – 7:13 pmNo Comment

by Kacey Culliney (Feed Navigator)  The UK government’s 2% biofuel crop cap proposal would be disastrous for bioethanol producers, farmers and the feed sector, says head of government affairs at Vivergo Fuels.  READ MORE

Vivergo Fuels ‘reluctantly’ welcomes UK government’s proposals on renewable fuels (Biofuels International)


Excerpts from Biofuels International:  The UK government has made proposals to introduce a cap on crop-based biofuels in order to meet its renewable fuel obligations.

Mark Chesworth, managing director at Vivergo Fuels, said: “Whilst we welcome the government raising the renewable blending obligation and their increasing the recommended crop cap to an initial 4%, indicating that they have taken on board some of the concerns of the 93% of stakeholders who called for a high cap, we remain concerned about the proposed post 2020 year-on-year reduction. This decreasing cap is predicated on a number of uncertainties and could have serious consequences for the long-term future of the British bioethanol industry, jobs in the North of England and domestic agriculture.

“We agree with the Transport Minister Jesse Norman MP that E10 fuel makes ‘achieving our targets easier and potentially more cost effective, as well as providing an economic boost to domestic producers’. However, we would question whether E10 can be successfully introduced and sustained with a crop cap which, even at its highest point, is the lowest in Europe. We would therefore call on the government to mandate E10, enabling a swift co-ordinated roll-out and a clear and consistent message to consumers.”  READ MORE

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