Bioenergy Europe, in collaboration with ePURE, is pleased to announce the release of the third chapter of its 2020 Statistical Report, focusing on biofuels for transport. This report provides readers with accurate, up-to-date data on the current state of play of biofuel consumption, production - looking at different feedstocks including a database with all the facilities for the production of advanced liquid and gaseous biofuels for transport. 

Bioenergy Europe members are be able to read the full report within the Member's Area.

Not a member? If you are not a member of Bioenergy Europe, you are still be able to gain an insight into the 2020 Biofuels for Transport Report by clicking the link below. If you would like full access to the report get in touch with a member of the team today or click here to find out how you can become a member.

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  • Read the Policy Brief

    The Policy Brief provides essential information about the role of biofuels in transport decarbonisation, the importance of incentives and investments to accelerate the market deployment of advanced biofuels, as well as Bioenergy Europe's position on the current political debate.

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  • Read the Press Release

    Read the latest Press Release here. 

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  • Contacts

    Cristina Calderon
    Market Intelligence Director
    Bioenergy Europe
    Claudio Caferri
    Communications Advisor
    Bioenergy Europe

  • About the Statistical Report 2020

    Launched in 2007, Bioenergy Europe’s Statistical Reports cover bioenergy from different angles.

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