Tag: Ethanol Europe Renewables

Europe’s ethanol CEOs besieged by RED II and illusory truths

Europe’s ethanol CEOs besieged by RED II and illusory truths

March 23, 2018 |

By James Cogan, an Industrial Engineer at Ethanol Europe Renewables Ltd Special to The Digest The CEOs of Europe’s big ethanol firms (Tereos, Cristal Union, Alco Group, Crop Energies) are under seige. They are battling imported and sometimes fake used cooking oil, not-yet-viable advanced fuels, palm oil diesel, imports from countries which didn’t even sign […]

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Controversial study warns EU policymakers about advanced biofuels

Controversial study warns EU policymakers about advanced biofuels

February 11, 2018 |

In Ireland, Ethanol Europe Renewables Ltd, the operator of Europe’s largest biorefinery, is warning policymakers against placing too much hope in advanced biofuel production because according to their controversial study, researchers found that less than 1% of announced advanced biofuel capacity was a success, “a volume so small as to be irrelevant…and while the cycle […]

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Ethanol Europe Renewables teams with UN Climate Change to promote biofuels deployment

Ethanol Europe Renewables teams with UN Climate Change to promote biofuels deployment

October 18, 2017 |

In Germany, ahead of the UN Climate Conference in Bonn (COP 23, 6-17 November), Ethanol Europe Renewables Ltd (EERL) and UN Climate Change have partnered to boost the deployment of biofuels in the transport sector. Transport is the second biggest source of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions world-wide, and the sector is rapidly growing. Biofuels such […]

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