What does Brexit mean for the UK, and EURED greenhouse gas emissions targets?
Energy directives, in recent years, have begun to demand that fuels used by transport vehicles introduce and increase their use of biofuels. One such directive that covers the UK is the Renewable Energy Directive (EURED).
However, the UK vote to leave the EU in 2016 has resulted in much uncertainty over the future of the EURED within the UK, and which regulations companies will need to follow when Brexit has taken place.
Demonstrating EURED compliance
The European Commission (EC) has approved the use of voluntary schemes that automatically demonstrate compliance against the EURED. These schemes will help companies within the UK to be prepared to continue to demonstrate their compliance when trading within the EU once Brexit has been finalised.
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