Fuels from waste could power 16 per cent of EU road transport

Will Nichols
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Study finds huge potential for sustainable advanced biofuels to cut emissions and fossil fuel imports, but warns EU must get policy right

Fuel made from waste could replace 16 per cent of all the fuel used on European roads by 2030, cutting spending on oil imports and boosting the rural economy by up to €15bn, according to a joint report...

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