20180713 ACEA Study Making The Transition to Zero Emission Mobility
Study by the Eurpoean Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) on addressing the barriers to the uptake of electrically-chargeable cars in the EU. The study finds that when it comes to electric cars, there is still a lot of confusion surrounding the term ‘electrified’. Also, affordability remains a major barrier for many Europeans. The findings of this study show that 85% of all electrically-chargeable cars are sold in just six Western European countries with some of the highest GDPs per capita. Besides affordability, a balanced supply of charging and refuelling infrastructure is a pre-requisite for stronger sales of alternatively-powered vehicles across the EU. The auto industry is eager to move as fast as it can towards zero-emission vehicles. But to get there, customers must be convinced that this is the best choice for them; both in terms of affordability as well as convenience.

20180411 NEA Renewable Fuel Unit (HBE) report April 2018
The NEa released their Renewable Fuel Unit (HBE) report of April 2018 that is particularly interesting because it shows that a total number of 33,129,927 HBE’s are claimed for the renewable energy in transport obligation of fuel suppliers. 35,720 HBE’s have expired because these HBE’s exceeded the savings limit (of individual account holders). In total 4,749,470 HBE’s are saved for 2018. As well as in 2016, the savings in 2017 decreased (while the total claimed HBE’s increased).

20180327 IRENA Study Renewable Energy Prospects for the European Union
This study is part of IRNEA’s Remap programme and determines the s the potential for countries, regions and the world to scale up renewables. The report, Renewable Energy Prospects for the European Union (REmap EU), identifies cost-effective renewable energy options for all EU Member States – spanning a wide range of sectors and technologies – to accelerate the deployment of renewables towards 2030. The study also identifies areas where further action could be taken to unleash the full renewable energy potential identified.

20180221 Profundo Report External Concerns on the RSPO en ISPO Certification Schemes
Report by Profundo, which has been commissioned by Milieudefensie. The report criticizes the certification by RSPO and ISPO.

20180216 Study on Technical Assistance in realisation of the 2016 Report on Renewable Energy
This study has been prepared in support of the European Commission’s Renewable Energy Progress Report according to Article 23 of the RES Directive and includes an analysis of the biofuels, biomass and biogas used for renewable energy generation in EU.

20180119 Sustainable Fuel Mix and the Importance of Safety Regulations
Informative presentation by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment on a sustainable fuel mix and the importance of safety regulations. The document briefly outlines the MInistry’s strategy concerning sustainable mobility and the stakeholder process involved.

20171222 ECN Report: REDII Proposal Impact Analysis
On December 22nd, the REDII Proposal Impact Analysis has been published and offered to the Second Chamber by the State Secretary of Infrastructure & Water (I&W) Stientje van Veldhoven. The report analyzes the consequences of the revised Renewable Energy Directive (REDII) for the Netherlands. In addition, the report focuses on the motion filed by Dijkstra-Çegerek that calls for an investigation concerning the potential growth of (increased) blending advanced biofuels for the period 2020-2030.

20171205 IEA Report: Technology Roadmap: Delivering Sustainable Bioenergy
This Roadmap re-examines the role of bioenergy in light of changes to the energy landscape over the past five years as well as recent experience in bioenergy policy, market development and regulation. It identifies the principal opportunities and the technical, policy and financial barriers to deployment, and it suggests a range of solutions to overcome them, outlining those which are available now and in the longer term. Many of these opportunities are highly suitable for emerging and developing economies experiencing rapid energy demand growth.

20171120 Greenhouse gas emission curves for advanced biofuel supply chains
Recently PBL published a study on climate effects of land-based produced biofuels. Land-based biofuels are often associated with substantial (indirect) land-use change emissions. This study mapped the global potential of biofuels and explains the emissions for every category of land where biofuels are produced on. The report systematically provides insight in the amount of greenhouse gas emission as a result of the production of biofuels.

20171116 JCR Science for Policy Report
On the 16th November, in context of the proposal of the RED-II, the JRC published the latest data regarding bioenergy and biofuels and their (GHG) savings. The data show that differences between GHG performance of bioenergy and biofuels. This research emphasizes the importance of advanced technology and innovative practices since they can ensure that bioenergy and biofuels contribute to decarbonisation of the EU energy sector.

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