Biomass and Biofuels

The energy transition requires sustainable sources. In addition, energy consumption and the increase in Greenhouse Gases due to transportation have increased over time, making it essential to search for alternatives and thereby reduce emissions. It is for all these reasons that the use of biofuels is promoted.

However, the increased use of biofuels could have negative impacts on:

• Biodiversity and the environment.
• Negative effects on climate change
• Prices and availability of food.
• Negative effect on poverty.

The EU has defined the verification criteria (Directive 2018/2001/EC_RED II) and only biofuels certified with one of the schemes approved by the European Commission that verify that said products meet the criteria defined in the directive may be accepted in the objectives of each country and so on to reach the marked quotas.
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