Biomass and biofuels help to lower the EU's external energy dependence and contribute to reducing greenhouse emissions.
Biomass is an important source of renewable energy in the EU derived from organic material.
Produced in a sustainable way, biofuels provide a renewable alternative to fossil fuels in the transport sector.
Voluntary schemes and national schemes of EU countries certify whether biofuels comply with the EU’s sustainability criteria.
Biomethane is a renewable substitute of natural gas, which can provide energy storage capability and be a flexible renewable energy carrier to be fed to the existing gas grid.
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