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A Worldwide sign of Outstanding Quality in Sustainability

Bio-energy is now widely used to jointly decrease fuel production costs and to reduce the impact of global warming. This bio-fuel industry is currently providing over 15% of the world’s energy consumption and will reach 30% by 2027. Using bio-fuel to replace fossil-fuel reduces CO2 emissions by 75%-80%, therefore reducing the greenhouse effect. In additions, the collection and reuse of industrial by-products reduce waste and decreases consumption of primary raw materials.


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BioExa Energier is an European Company.

The Renewable Energy Directive published by the EU establishes an overall policy for production and promotion of energy from renewable sources in the EU. The directive requires the EU to fulfill at least 20% of its total energy needs through renewable sources by 2020 – to be achieved through the attainment of individual national targets. All EU countries must also ensure that at least 10% of their transport fuels come from renewable sources by 2020.

On November 30, 2016, the Commission published a proposal for a revised Renewable Energy Directive to make the EU a global leader in renewable energy and meet the target of at least 27% renewable energy by 2030. The directive specifies national renewable energy targets for each country, taking into account the country's current situation and the overall potential for renewables. The targets range from a minimum of 10% in Malta to a maximum of 49% in Sweden.

The objectives of the Swedish climate and energy policy by 2020 are:

  • 40 percent reduction of climate emissions

  • At least 50 percent renewable energy

  • 20 percent more efficient energy use

  • At least 10 percent renewable energy in the transport sector

BioExa Energier actively contributes to achieving this goal by providing the European market with renewable products meeting the quality standards that the market and the regulations demand.