Our Senior Policy Manager, Tudy Bernier, wrote on The European Files, an editorial publication that releases 4 issues a year, about Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) and how renewable fuels can contribute to defossilising emissions and enable the uptake of clean energy across all sectors.
In the current geopolitical and energy crisis, Europe needs to act at multiple levels to decrease its dependency on oil, coal, and gas, and investing in renewables is the way to go. We argue that even if gas could play a marginal role in transitioning from coal and oil, it remains a fossil resource and our collective objective should be to move away from fossil resources altogether: there is a clear alternative, and it is fuels made from CCU.
CCU fuels can help in making Europe more independent while delivering on climate objectives. EU policies currently in discussion, from the REPowerEU Plan to the Fit-for-55 legislations are taking steps in the right direction by setting clear CCU targets.
Please find the full article here.