The EU Biofuels Chain, composed of 9 associations representing various sectors including CEFS, welcomes the increased 2030 climate ambitions, and is ready to continue delivering real solutions to help decarbonise the European transport sector, progress towards a low carbon economy, strengthen the independence and revenue of European farmers, and contribute to the EU’s long-term vision of achieving a carbon neutral Europe by mid-century.

The Chain is also committed to support a thriving circular bioeconomy, contribute to deliver sustainable food, feed and non-food products, and reduce European dependence on imports of protein feed and fuel.

The full position paper of the EU Biofuels Chain can be found here.