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Belgium-Brussels: Support for policy and market development for alternative and renewable transport fuels and products
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Support for policy and market development for alternative and renewable transport fuels and products
The aim of this action is to create a single forum representing the European alternative, renewable liquid and gaseous fuels as well as non-renewable low carbon fuels (lignocellulosic, algae, microbial, power to gas/liquid, solar fuels, fuels from industrial waste gases, fuels from municipal solid waste, plastic waste and refinery waste, co-processing of biomass intermediates in existing refineries etc.) producers. In addition all transport sectors should be represented in the forum to enable a constructive dialogue between producers and users. The objective is to facilitate addressing common issues on policy and market penetration barriers for these alternative and renewable fuels. One of the problems faced by the sector is that existing policy addresses mainly biofuels and although REDII addresses alternative and non-renewable low carbon fuels such fuels face significant development, financing and market penetration issues. Another problem is that often legislation can be vague and
At the tenderer's premises.
The Call for tenders No ENER/C2/2016-607 facilitated the establishment of the Alternative and Renewable Transport Fuels (ART-Fuels Forum (or AFF)) which built a forum of more than 100 stakeholders representing the EU low carbon fuels industry. The AFF was successful in putting forward positions and suggestions in relation to the proposed RED II and several of the concepts proposed by AFF were considered positively by the legislators. The present tender, AFF II, aims to continue and improve the work and deliverables of the AFF by providing an environment for open dialogue, consultation, and stimulation of constrictive ideas on how to advance innovative technologies and achieve market deployment of ART fuels. The ART-Fuels Forum-II should analyse all barriers and impediments for the deployment of developing technologies related to policy and markets.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Rue De Mot 28, Directorate-General for Energy, office DM24 03/58, 1040-Brussels
Tenderers may attend the meeting but be represented by not more than one person. At the end of the opening session, the chairperson of the opening committee will indicate the names of the tenderers and the decision concerning the admissibility of each offer received. The prices mentioned in the bids will not be communicated.
Section VI: Complementary information