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However for the same binder, but after RTFO aging, two from five binders does not meet requirements.
As a biofuel feedstock, UCO benefits under the UK RTFO by being double-counted compared to UK beet, wheat or oilseed rape based fuels, but it is mostly imported and of uncertain provenance- a perverse outcome indeed.
Oxfam wants the Government to call a halt to the RTFO until a thorough and independent investigation has been undertaken and compulsory sustainability standards are in place.
They believe Interim RTFO targets from 2014 to 2020, and increased targets beyond 2020 towards 2030 as a minimum, will help lever investment to build new plants.
uk - designed to be a one-stop-shop for accurate and accessible information about biofuels and the RTFO.
His comments, in an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today programme, came as groups including Oxfam, RSPB, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace wrote to Ms Kelly saying "there is a very real risk that the RTFO will make climate change worse, not better".
In addition, from 2011, the RTFO will also only reward biofuels that meet appropriate sustainability standards, enhancing the environmental focus of the RTFO.
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They say interim RTFO targets from 2014 to 2020, and increased targets beyond 2020 towards 2030 as a minimum, will help lever investment to build new plants.
The RTFO is modelled on the existing Renewables Obligation in the UK electricity supply industry.
The work, commissioned by the Renewable Fuels Agency (RFA), the organisation charged by the Government with running the RTFO, will be key to its annual report to Parliament in January.
Today, a year after RTFO was introduced, the amount of biofuels required in fuels rises from 2.
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