A good decision is based on
knowledge. At NNFCC we live and breathe the bioeconomy, our knowledge is born
from constant market surveillance and stakeholder engagement.
Each month we compile four news
briefings across biofuels, bioenergy, biobased products and raw materials,
succinctly documenting the latest news with links to the original longer reads.
The importance of bioenergy in the global effort to
address climate change is well documented. Our bioenergy news review contains a
timely summary of relevant policy development and changes, tariff
announcements, market movements and new technology developments in biomass
heat, power, anaerobic digestion and energy from waste (EfW).
For monthly updates on liquid
fuels our biofuels review contains
summaries of the latest biofuel news from the EU, US and developing markets
across the world. With a specific outlook on policy changes, tariff issues and
technology development in the traditional and advanced markets. In addition to
these markets, the review also covers the emerging areas of ‘Low Carbon Fossil
Fuels (LCFF)’, ‘Renewable Fuels of Non-Biological Origin’ (RFNBO’s) and
The biobased products sector is a rapidly developing area of the
bioeconomy. With complicated value chains it reaches across the chemicals and
fibre industries into the world of plastics, textiles, and consumer products.
The importance of the biobased products market can’t be underestimated, it’s
the point at the which the bioeconomy touches the consumer, where household
names like Lego and Coca Cola push the positive sustainability story of
renewable raw materials. NNFCC’s biobased products news reviews provide a
monthly update covering new product launches, technology developments, policy
announcements and news on industry collaborations.
The basis of the bioeconomy is
biomass, its availability, price, and sustainability can make or break business
plans and concepts. Our monthly feedstocks brief reviews agricultural, forestry, waste and aquatic feedstocks. It covers market
developments affecting the supply and demand of established feedstocks and
emerging specialist feedstock supplying niche applications. It details the company
announcements and national policies and strategies, driving and often defining sector
NNFCC’s news reviews keep you fully briefed on key
developments, ensuring that you know who’s doing what with whom. As they say ‘ipsa
scientia potestas est’,'knowledge itself is power.
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