GAP joined opposition against an objection of the delegated act on additionality – an initiative with success

On March 28, 2023 the motion of Members of the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee to object the Delegated Act on Art. 27 Renewable Energy Directive (REDII), which is meant to set out electricity sourcing criteria for the production of renewable fuels of non-biological origin (RFNBOs), e.g. additionality, failed. With 41 votes rejecting the objection vs. 22 votes in favour, the entry into force now seems to be only a matter of time. This is a huge breakthrough for providing the necessary regulatory and investment certainty needed in order to get the powerfuels‘ market going.

Ahead of this milestone, the Global Alliance Powerfuels and 60+ other companies and organisations issued a joint letter to urge the European Parliament and Council of the EU to not further delay the entry into force of the Delegated Acts on RFNBOs. You can find the joint letter below.

In order to find out more about the Global Alliance Powerfuels’ position on the Delegated Acts on Art. 27 and 28 REDII as published by the European Commission in February, check out our detailed statement.

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