For indicator EU 6.3, ART conversion is not allowed as the requirements indicates that the conversion shall be specific for a defined feedstock/product conversion and based on actual data. ART is not a defined feedstock or product.
Members can continue to use the table provided in the Standard Guidance as they have in the past, the methodology captured in P6Agric is still valid with EU RED II.
A new actual calculation is required to maximise emission savings. Members have to develop their own methodology to do the actual calculation which will be verified by the certification body.
Yes you do have to.
The Biograce tool has not been updated according to EU RED II, therefore it can’t be used as such. Certified operators are welcome to create their own calculation tool to provide actual calculation. The Bonsucro calculator is only available if operators decide to use the default value.
New default value for ethanol is 28.6 g CO2ea/MJ
Yes, EU RED II now also applies to solid biomass used for the production electricity and heat. Therefore to export bagasse pellet to Europe to be used in electricity and heat production, producers have to comply with the Bonsucro EU RED Standard.
Indicators EU 3.2 and 3.3 describe the EU RED II requirements with regards to the protection of forest.
This is a financial disclosure requirement. Support refers to financial support given by EU countries (Members States) to producers of renewable energy. This covers European Member States direct support to the production of renewable energy. This is mostly relevant for electricity production within the EU. If you have received direct financial support by an EU […]
The database is still under development. There is currently no information on what data will be required. Bonsucro is a member of the working group supporting the EU to develop the tool.