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During 18–20 September 2018, the Swedish Bioenergy Association is organising its 4th Advanced Biofuels Conference at Gothenburg, Sweden, covering advances in the aviation, maritime and road transport sectors.
The Nordic countries are a hotbed of activity when it comes to advancing and implementing biofuels in transport. Already in 2015, Sweden and Finland had surpassed the European Union target for 2020 regarding renewable energy in transport. Hydrotreated vegetable oil biodiesel is the most important type of advanced biofuel in terms of commercial production capacity. Other types of biofuels available on the Swedish market are compressed biogas, 85-to-95 per cent ethanol blends with hydrocarbons and wholly "green" diesel.
To the conference programme.