CropEnergies concerned EU biofuel policy will kill the market post-2020

January 10, 2018 |

In the UK, CropEnergies is concerned that European policymakers will destroy a decade’s worth of climate action by killing the ethanol market going into the 2020s, in turn hitting the communities where it produces ethanol, such as in northeast England where it recently restarted the Ensus ethanol plant bringing prosperity to local wheat farmers. The company’s CEO says the lack of a specific target for transportation in the post-2020 Renewable Energy Directive doesn’t go far enough to helping reduce GHG emissions.

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