IEA Bioenergy TCP Task 39: Biofuels to Decarbonize Transport, is a group of international experts working to increase use of and to commercialize sustainable transportation biofuels. Bioenergy and biofuels are important components within a country’s green energy portfolio. While there are numerous renewable energy options for heat and electricity generation, biofuels are currently the only means of displacing liquid fossil fuels such as gasoline, diesel, and aviation fuels.

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Issue 61: Biofuels Policies and Market in Japan 

Summary of Task 39’s accomplishments in the last triennium (2019-2021)


20 Sep, 2023 – 21 Sep, 2023
Gothenburg, Sweden

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