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 people – CEO and Board
Chair - Grant Pearson
Ciara O’Keeffe O’Donovan
CEO - Gaynor Hartnell
Drop in fuels
Recycled carbon fuels
Renewable aviation fuel
What we’ve said
The RTFA responded to this DESNZ Open consultation today. In our very brief submission we pointed out that there will be other implications from the electrification of vehicles that will entail a significant increase in demand for electricity, in particular the production of low carbon hydrogen for the hydrotreating biomass ...
From 2025 the UK will require aviation fuel suppliers to blend in increasing amounts of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) into the fuel they supply. The UK policy places great emphasis on SAF which is made from wastes and industrial waste gases, and will cap the amounts of the most commercially-developed ...
The RTFA membership has more than tripled in size since its launch in Autumn 2020, and includes
- All UK bioethanol producers (and some from overseas)
- All domestic biodiesel producers
- All companies supplying biomethane to transport
- Prospective SAF producers (all bar one of the companies winning Clean Fuels Clean Skies awards)
- Drop in development fuel companies (particularly strong in those looking to make fuel out of end of life tyres)
- Biopropane suppliers and a number of other key corporates and reciprocal organisations.
See our rules and terms and code of conduct (these documents will be ready in a couple of days’ time) and download our application form, or click the button below to contact the RTFA’s Chief Executive Gaynor Hartnell.