In 2018, the transport sector became the largest source of emissions in the UK – surpassing the power sector. Much more progress on decarbonisation is needed, using both renewable transport fuels and renewably powered electric vehicles.
REA is the voice for the UK’s renewable transport fuels industry and has represented the industry since 2005. The Renewable Transport Fuels Group (RTFG) covers biodiesel, bioethanol, biomethane and development fuels, including renewable hydrogen.
In parallel to this, the REA’s EV Forum, established circa 2017, is steadily growing and now hosts over 75 members manufacturing, installing, operating, financing, and providing services to the UK EV charging sector.
The EV Forum’s work is complemented by that of the Solar, Energy Storage, and Large Scale Power & Markets Forums.
See the resources and news sections of the website for our latest work in this area.
For details about the REA’s EV Forum, click here.
For details about the REA’s Renewable Transport Fuels Forum, click here.
Renewably powered electric vehicles and renewable transport fuels
NEWS & PRESS RELEASES — Nov 18, 2020
NEWS & PRESS RELEASES — Nov 12, 2020
NEWS & PRESS RELEASES — Oct 23, 2020
Richard Simon-Lewis, Head of Origination, Marketing & Communications for UK Export Finance, tells us about the government support available to help renewable energy companies export – including the new export development guarantee.
Nov 24, 2020
REA Briefing for Members on the PM’s 10 Point Plan and 2030/35 Announcement
Nov 20, 2020
The REA has written notes after attending a BEIS workshop on Carbon in Flexibility Markets.
Nov 18, 2020
The REA has published its response to the PM’s 10-point plan and the ban on the sale of new petrol cars and vans by 2030.