Safe and reliable biomass value chains for sustainable biofuels and the bioeconomy

Enhancing soil health, enabling green resilience and climate neutrality by growing low ILUC risk biomass feedstock
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BIKE is a Horizon 2020 project to support the market uptake of low ILUC risk feedstocks for biofuels, bioliquids and biomass fuels by providing:

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Clear science-based information

For policy-makers and market operators
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Sustainability assesment

Including a certification module for low ILUC risk biofuels
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Guidelines and recommendations

to promote the replication of good practices across Europ

Value chain approach

BIKE adopts a value chain approach to assess four different case studies where low-ILUC risk feedstocks are grown following specific climate-positive practices
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Contributing to the EU Green Deal

The deployment of low-ILUC risk biomass value chains enables practices and solutions that foster the achievement of the European Green Deal objectives.
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News

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Land availability in Europe, takeaways for BIKE

On the 19th of November, the Wageningen University and Research (partner of the BIKE project) organised an online webinar named “Land for biomass, energy and other non-food services in the EU” together with the Institute of European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and the company Navigant.

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