To limit global warming to 1.5°C, the EU needs to accelerate the development and deployment of renewable energy.
Under Horizon Europe and its successors, increase funding for R&D energies, including renewable gases, and reduce administrative burden to its access.
Ensure reliable and long-term sustainability criteria and support for bioenergy, to give the market a clear signal of what it should be aiming at.
In the 2023 revision of the Renewable Energy Directive, consider financial support to the deployment of both renewable heating and transport fuels.
Renewable LPG, which the industry recently started distributing in small, but growing quantities, can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 94%.
Reputable studies conclude that there is sufficient non-food feedstock to satisfy 100% of the LPG demand with renewable LPG by 2050.