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Wassup, EU? The Top 10 Trends in Europe’s Advanced Bioeconomy

Submitted by on May 16, 2016 – 10:13 amNo Comment

by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest)  In the EU, the European bioeconomy is generating 18.3 million jobs and driving €2.1 trillion in annual revenue in the E28, says nova-insitut, in a report for the Bio-based Industries Consortium.

If we had any doubt about the EU’s commitment to moving forward, we saw that the Danish Minister for Business & Growth and the Minister for Energy, Utilities, & Climate announced his intent to set a binding target for advanced biofuel use in transportation of 0.9% in energy content by 2020.

The government wants to underpin a Danish production of advanced biofuels by way of establishing a blending requirement of 0.9% advanced biofuels in the energy content for transport.  0.9% in all transport fuels is equivalent to 2.5% in gasoline only. The development in Denmark follows an earlier, similar agreement in Italy.

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The Digest’s Guide to France in the Advanced Bioeconomy

The Digest’s Guide to Italy in the Advanced Bioeconomy

The Digest’s Guide to Spain in the Advanced Bioeconomy


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