ECOS’ Feedback on the European Commission Draft Delegated Act on High and Low ILUC risks biofuels

The adoption of RED II confirmed the EU’s intention to minimize incentives for food-crop based biofuels, especially those causing the biggest indirect impacts such as ILUC emissions. The legislator gave a mandate to the European Commission for the development of criteria to characterise high and low ILUC risks biofuels. ECOS believes that this draft delegated act does not properly fulfill this mandate.

ECOS is co-funded by the European Commission and EFTA

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