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Traditionally vegetable oils of different quality and refined stages were used for first generation biodiesel and HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) production. The business and its growth was supported by governmental measurements and subsidies.
These measurements were stopped in most cases as new incentives were created, increasingly for waste-based feedstock only called advanced feedstock.
These changes were logically part of the development of overall carbon reduction that came into focus. Even though technologies to process advanced feedstock have been available for many years, the main focus has only recently shifted to waste-based feedstocks due to political decisions. Political situation
The current political landscape and the expected future development has led to the conclusion that the industry has a greater interest in increasing the use of waste-based raw materials for biofuel production. These incentives include the Renewable Energy Directive (RED III) in Europe and measures like the carbon intensity score in the US.
The RED III directive sets a common target for the share of renewable energy consumption of 42.5% by 2030...

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