Decarbonisation means more biofuel, say engineers

Despite controversy and uncertainty over their carbon savings, biofuels are needed to meet climate goals, says the Royal Academy of Engineering

Biofuel plants would be a more common sight if the Academy's recommendations are taken up. Photograph: Zych/123RFThe production and consumption of biofuels should be increased as they are among the key sources of energy needed to meet the UK’s long-term carbon goals, according to the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE).

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