EU crop-based biofuels lobby ready to fight back against Commission proposals

Europe’s food-based biofuels industry has given notice that it is not going to die quietly, despite European Commission proposals that many producers see as having the potential to kill the sector by 2030.

“The EU’s biofuels legislation is fundamentally broken,”James Cogan of Dublin-based Ethanol Europe Renewables Ltd. (EERL) told Agra Europe at this week’s World BioMarkets conference in Amsterdam (March 27-29). “We’re clearly not winning

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