BIKE is a multi-year project funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. Its aim is to assess the market potential of the EU’s low ILUC-risk concept – from practical, regulatory, and economic standpoints. The BIKE consortium includes expertise from academia, industry, international agencies, and the private sector.
Cerulogy has a leadership role in BIKE’s policy-oriented work package. Members of this work package have produced thirteen briefing notes in collaboration with the rest of the consortium, which examine different aspects of EU biofuels-related policy. These cover issues such as the integration of biofuels policy with agro-ecological safeguards, funding provisions for novel farming techniques, the emerging framework surrounding land-based carbon removals, and the use of terminology in the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive.
The briefing notes are all available from the BIKE website.