Biomass for transport
Bioenergy amounts to 6% of the EU-28’s total energy consumption in transport, while another 1% came from other renewables in 2015. Non-renewables are still dominant with 93%, a slight decrease when compared to 2014 situation (94%). 98% of the consumption of bioethanol and biodiesel are used for transport.
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