The goal of the Renewable Transport Fuels Forum is to promote low carbon renewable transport in the UK. The implementation in full of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) and the Fuel Quality Directive (FQD) is a key focus.
This is being done through a revised Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation as well as further UK legislation as required in the coming years. The forum provides practical input into the development of low carbon transport policies and legislation, in particular in relation to decarbonising liquid transport fuels.
The forum’s focus encompasses low carbon and renewable transport policy as well as market and trade developments in the UK and the EU. It works closely with Government Ministers and officials in the UK and the European Commission, in particular the Department for Transport (DfT) in Whitehall and DG Energy in the European Commission.
BLOG — Feb 16, 2021
NEWS & PRESS RELEASES — Oct 23, 2020
Richard Simon-Lewis, Head of Origination, Marketing & Communications for UK Export Finance, tells us about the government support available to help renewable energy companies export – including the new export development guarantee.
BLOG — Oct 23, 2020
The Green Homes Grant scheme won’t be nearly enough to plug the hole in the government’s heat decarbonisation policy, argues REA chief executive Dr Nina Skorupska
MEMBERS ONLY Apr 08, 2021
Jul 10, 2020
Conducting community consultations in the age of COVID-19
MEMBERS ONLY Mar 25, 2020
Biogas Members Forum 25.3.20
Nov 17, 2021
REA Member briefing – COP 26 Outcomes What did we expect from COP? The REA were Official Observers to COP26 and present in Glasgow for the full two weeks, attending numerous plenaries, negotiations, side events, informal meetings and member events. Most of the UK Government’s COP26 related domestic policy changes actually happened in the run […]
Nov 16, 2021
Recording: COP26 Fringe Panel Discussion – REA and NFU Present: Delivering a Decarbonised Agriculture Sector
Recording of the REA and NFU COP 26 Panel Discussion on Decarbonising Agriculture
Nov 12, 2021
The Environment Bill has been passed into UK law and becomes the Environment Act. It contains plans, policies and targets for improving the natural environment and measures to transition to a more circular economy and the Office for Environmental Protection to uphold environmental law.