Tag: E4Tech

New E4tech study shows Europe’s ethanol industry could be supplied without exceeding crop-based cap

New E4tech study shows Europe’s ethanol industry could be supplied without exceeding crop-based cap

November 19, 2019 |

In Belgium, Europe’s need for better-performing, low-carbon fuels to reduce emissions from existing and new cars could be met by the ethanol industry, within the RED II framework, that is without exceeding the cap on crop-based biofuels and as a response to the advanced biofuels sub-target, according to new research. A study by sustainable energy […]

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E4Tech report shows opportunity for advanced biofuels in UK but policy framework needed

E4Tech report shows opportunity for advanced biofuels in UK but policy framework needed

October 24, 2017 |

In the UK, the Department for Transport published a new report commissioned from E4Tech showing that advanced biofuels can play a key role in decarbonizing transportation by 2030. Gasification combined with Fischer Tropsch are seen as the rising start of technology to achieve those goals followed by fast pyrolysis and upgrading but that project finance […]

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E4tech releases evidence-base report on European bioeconomy

E4tech releases evidence-base report on European bioeconomy

May 10, 2015 |

In Europe, E4tech has just completed a new study, ‘From the Sugar Platform to biofuels and biochemicals’ for the European Commission (DG ENER), a comprehensive evidence base for policymakers and industry. The report found that the global market value of the sugar platform is today of the order of $65 billion, with bioethanol (from sugar […]

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Clean Fuel Availability, for the Pacific Coast

Clean Fuel Availability, for the Pacific Coast

January 25, 2015 |

In California, the International Council on Clean Transportation and E4Tech released a comprehensive study of clean fuel availability for the Pacific Coast. The report is available here. Mary Solecki of E2, one of our most distinguished Digesterati, writes: “The takeaways are positive: a clean fuels standard in CA, OR, WA and BC is very much achievable, and with good policies, […]

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