Beet pulp: the key to the EU sugar industry’s decarbonisation

Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Fit For 55, the EU’s package of energy- and climate-related legislative proposals, sets an EU-wide target of -55% GHG reductions by 2030. The roll-out of renewables will be crucial in meeting these targets, including in the EU sugar sector. But to decarbonise we need a revised Renewable Energy Directive that helps, rather than hinders, the use of residual beet pulp as an energy solution.
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