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Renewable Fuels

Includes RTFO feasibility study, partial regulatory impact assessment and supporting annexes.

Regional emissions from biofuels cultivation

This report fulfills the requirement of article 19(2) of the Renewable Energy Directive (Directive 2009/28/EC). The report provides regional level estimates of greenhouse gas emissions arising from cultivation of biofuels feedstocks in the UK and identifies those regions of the UK where the Renewable Energy Directive default cultivation values can be used.

Published:
10 January 2011

Renewable Energy Directive Stakeholder Advisory Group

Minutes and agendas from meetings.


UK Reports to the EC on the promotion of Biofuels

The UK reports annually to the European Commision under Article 4 of the Biofuels Directive (2003/30/EC) on the promotion of the use of biofuels or other renewable fuels for transport. These reports fulfil the UK's obligation to report to the European Commission by 1 July each year on the effectiveness of the UK Government's support for biofuels during the previous calender year.


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