11. December 2020 Meghan Sapp

ePure says European Commission needs to include ethanol in new mobility strategy

In Belgium, Platts reports that ePure says the European Commission’s Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy published on Wednesday doesn’t go far enough to include renewable ethanol in its four-year action plan aimed at reorienting transportation to achieve the Green Deal’s decarbonization ambitions. The strategy targets 30 million zero-emission cars on EU roads by 2030 and doubling high-speed rail across the region in addition to 100 climate neutral cities but ePure says renewable ethanol needs to be part of the proposed Low Carbon Fuels Value Chain.