Welcome to the RTFA

Renewable Transport
Fuel Association

We are the UK’s leading trade association driving the uptake of sustainable renewable and low carbon fuels – we are the voice of the UK’s renewable liquid and gaseous fuel producers and suppliers.

These fuels are delivering valuable carbon savings today, and the companies that produce them will be the innovators and investors of the future, making fuels for those sectors of transport that cannot ultimately be electrified, such as heavy freight, aviation and marine.

We call upon Government to have greater ambition in the fight to reduce carbon emissions from transport. Time is short.

RTFA members

The fuels

Biodiesel

Bioethanol

Biomethane

Biomethanol

Biopropane

Drop in fuels

Electricity

Hydrogen

Recycled carbon fuels

What we’ve said

RTFA assists DfT in developing RTFO guidance on the mass balancing of biomethane

Not all of the biomethane fuelling UK trucks originates in the UK.  Some is injected into the European gas distribution network, and is matched with an equivalent amount extracted from the UK pipeline.  This process is known as mass balancing.

Last September, the DfT initiated a discussion on amending its ...
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British Bioethanol’s contribution to the country

Grant Pearson, Commercial Director of Ensus, looks back on 2020 and sets out his hopes for this year

Last year was a challenge for us all, both as individuals and businesses. One small benefit was that Transport GHG ...
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About Us

The RTFA was launched on 25th August 2020, with 12 founder members.  By the end of 2020 membership had doubled.  The RTFA’s members comprising all UK manufacturers of liquid biofuels and suppliers of green gas to transport. For an overview of the Association and its stance various issues, click the button below.

Join us

See our rules and terms and code of conduct (which you must sign up to) and download and fill out the application form.

For more information, click the “Contact us” button below to contact the RTFA’s Chief Executive, Gaynor Hartnell.