There is increasing customer and government pressure for companies to decarbonize in order to combat climate change. The Renewable Energy Directive II placed a new target of 14% of energy in transport should be from renewable sources by 2030.
Liquid biofuels from sustainable feedstocks can be key to this decarbonization process. However, there is a risk of doing more harm than good if sustainability is not made a priority.
We will discuss:
· Which feedstocks should be used? And to what extent can these be scaled?
· Should there be a choice between food/feed and advanced biofuels?
· How can biofuels positively affect the agricultural, forest and waste industries?