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Biofuels: How "Green" and Sustainable Are They? | Planète ...

Despite these difficulties, biofuels are still considered essential to reducing CO 2 emissions in the transportation sector, particularly in the aviation and trucking industries. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has vowed to increase the use of biofuels to 10% of total fuel consumption industry-wide by 2017.

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Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market by Fuel Type, Biofuel ...

Oct 29, 2020 · DUBLIN, Oct. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market by Fuel Type (Biofuel, Hydrogen Fuel, Power to Liquid Fuel), Biofuel Manufacturing Technology, Biofuel Blending Capacity ...

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Biofuel - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Observers have predicted that the biofuels industry has a 10-year window of opportunity to evolve into a global, interdependent energy system (Accenture, 2008). The growth of this industry will depend on the fluctuation of traditional fuel prices, potential instability of existing fossil fuel resources and distribution, and the technological ...

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Worldwide Sustainable Aviation Fuel Industry to 2030 ...

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Biofuels Factsheet | Center for Sustainable Systems

Biodiesel CO 2 emissions are assumed to be taken up again by growth of new feedstock, thus, tailpipe CO 2 emissions from biofuels are excluded from emissions calculations. 26,27 Studies have suggested that increased biofuel production in the U.S. will increase global GHG emissions, due to higher crop prices motivating farmers in other countries ...

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Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels | IntechOpen

Jan 21, 2019 · Advanced (also known as second-generation and third-generation) biofuels must comply with sustainability criteria related to the feedstock used (not competing directly or indirectly with food or feed crops) and to their greenhouse gases emission reduction. These fuels must reach at least 0.2% of transport energy used in Europe in 2022, 1% in 2025, and 3.5% by 2030. In this chapter, sustainable ...

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A PESTLE Analysis of Biofuels Energy Industry in Europe

Despite jubilant outlook of biofuels for sustainable development, research efforts still tend to link the biofuel industry and regional growth. The aim of this study is to explore and review the biofuels industry through a socio-political, techno-economic, legal and environmental (PESTLE) analysis approach, and discuss the interrelation between ...

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Biofuels, sustainability and the transport sector in ...

The national biofuels industry has seen plenty of ups and downs over the past decade but have generally good growth prospects. The study found that the CO 2 emission is growing recently in Lithuania and this growth could be attributed to almost all transport subsectors. One of the main problems responsible for this situation is the patchy ...

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Sustainable Mobility | Sustainability | McKinsey & Company

Our Electric Vehicle Index (EVI) analyzes the development of electric mobility in 15 selected countries. The EVI helps companies, governments, and the public understand two critical dimensions of e-mobility in each country: the market side (for example, EV share in overall light-vehicle market, government subsidies, charging infrastructure) and the industry side (for example, local OEM ...

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Biofuels, from ethanol to biodiesel, facts and information

What is the future of biofuel?

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Biofuels: Overview and Opportunities

Biofuels: Overview and Opportunities NREL is a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.

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Biofuels | Energy

Jul 16, 2014 · Biofuels are liquid or gaseous transport fuels such as biodiesel and bioethanol which made from biomass. They serve a renewable alternative to fossil in the EU's sector, helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions improve security of supply. By 2020, EU aims have 10% fuel every country come sources biofuels.

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Biofuels and biofools - The Ecologist

The biofuel industry claims that biofuels need not drive land use change, and that instead the transport sector can rely on what they are calling ‘highly sustainable crop-based biofuels'. However, this delusional category of biofuels will displace agricultural land and drive deforestation in the developing world.

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Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market by Fuel Type (Biofuel ...

7.2.1 Drop-In Capability with No Changes in Infrastructure of Aircraft Drives Demand for Biofuel Table 11 Sustainable Aviation Biofuel Market Size, by Region, 2018–2030 (USD Million) 7.3 Hydrogen Fuel 7.3.1 Hydrogen Combustion and Hydrogen Fuel Cells Are Considered True Zero Carbon Solution Table 12 Current Hydrogen Powered Aircraft Developments

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Biofuels | IFPEN

Advanced biofuels are associated with a 10-fold reduction in GGEs compared to the fossil reference. In partnership with the sector’s industrial players, IFPEN is developing eco-efficient technologies to produce alternatives to fossil fuels, with a view to broadening the energy mix in the transport sector and limiting the environmental impact.

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Investors can be catalysts in transition to sustainable biofuels

Investors can be catalysts in transition to sustainable biofuels The use of commercially feasible advanced biofuels (derived from non-food crops) may help to reduce climate risks and avoid environmental and social conflicts associated with conventional food crop based biofuels, says the latest investor briefing released today by EIRIS, a leading global provider of ESG ratings and research to ...

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Biofuels | IFPEN - IFP Energies nouvelles

Biofuels OVERVIEW AND CHALLENGES There are three principal reasons driving the development of biofuels: the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GGEs) from the transport sector, the creation or Innovation and Industry

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BIOFUELS POLICY IN INDONESIA: OVERVIEW AND STATUS REPORT

biofuels, translating to about one million metric tons of palm oil in fuel.1 Oil palm plantations in Indonesia are required to comply with the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) certification scheme.2 To be certified under ISPO, a palm oil estate must comply with a list of criteria, including sustainable business development and

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Germany by Industrievertretung Industrievertretung - Issuu

Industry Overview 2008 www.invest-in-germany.com. 3. Sustainable Mobility. ... Biodiesel (3.1 m t) and bioethanol (0.5 m t) account for a share of 6.2 percent (by energy content) of fuels ...

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NATIONAL BIODIESEL BOARD - Home

The National Biodiesel Board is the national trade association representing America's first Advanced Biofuel. The group works to create sustainable biodiesel industry growth through education, communication, governmental affairs, technical and quality assurance programs and serves as the coordinating body for research and development in the US.

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Global Aviation and Our Sustainable Future

is increasingly turning to sustainable alternative fuels to achieve environmentally sound mobility from renewable energy. Certified ‘drop-in’ alternative fuels – where a biofuel can be blended with traditional jet fuel without having to bring changes to aircraft design or airport fuelling systems – are now a reality.

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Sustainable biofuel - Wikipedia

In 2008, the Roundtable for Sustainable Biofuels released its proposed standards for sustainable biofuels. This includes 12 principles: "Biofuel production shall follow international treaties and national laws regarding such things as air quality, water resources, agricultural practices, labor conditions, and more.

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The future of biofuels for a sustainable mobility

Bioethanol, the main biofuel produced in the world, is widely used for mobility in Brazil, and also in USA, but with little differences with respect to its sustainability. In Brazil it is produced from a by-product of the sugarcane industry; while, in USA it is manufactured from food crops.

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Global Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market (2020 to 2030 ...

Oct 22, 2020 · DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 22, 2020--The "Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market by Fuel Type (Biofuel, Hydrogen Fuel, Power to Liquid Fuel), Biofuel Manufacturing Technology, Biofuel Blending Capacity, Platform, Region - Forecast to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.The sustainable aviation fuel market is projected to grow from estimated USD 66 million in 2020 to ...

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(PDF) Sustainable Energy Transitions in Maritime Transport ...

The specific focus of the analysis is on energy questions in the shipping industry. A case study methodology is followed in gathering and analysis of the data. ... a possible path to biofuel use ...

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Economics of Biofuels | Environmental Economics | US EPA

Economics of Biofuels explained. Replacing fossil fuels with biofuels—fuels produced from renewable organic material—has the potential to reduce some undesirable aspects of fossil fuel production and use, including conventional and greenhouse gas (GHG) pollutant emissions, exhaustible resource depletion, and dependence on unstable foreign suppliers.

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Sustainability | Department of Energy

The Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) is focused on early-stage research and development (R&D) to support a thriving bioenergy industry that is economically self-sustaining, protects natural resources, and enhances environmental and social benefits.

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(PDF) Alternative fuels and sustainable mobility: Is the ...

Well-To-Wheel analysis; WTW; sustainable mobility. Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Høyer, K.G. and Holden, E. (200 x ) ‘Alternative fuels and sustainable m obilit y : is the ...

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Global Biodiesel Market Outlook - Industry Size Analysis ...

Global Biodiesel Market size is expected to move up at a moderate rate in the next few years. Biodiesel is derived from animal fats, cooking oils, yellow grease, and vegetable oils by a process known as transesterification which converts fats and oils into chemicals. It is a substitute fuel similar to fossil or conventional fuels.

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Acceptability of genetically engineered algae biofuels in ...

May 22, 2020 · Sustainable biofuel alternatives have been deeply investigated for decades in order to replace fossil fuels for future mobility . The potential of using microalgae to produce biofuels continues to be investigated. Algae technology is economically unsustainable and can only contribute to mitigating climate change under certain conditions .

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