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Regulatory Changes for Biofuels in Germany – or “Much Ado about Nothing”

Earlier this year, the German government announced a number changes to the ways that obligated parties would be regulated from 2015 onwards. In short, obligated parties would no longer have a volumetric quota (x% of fuels distributed to be “renewable”), … Continue reading

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European Commission proposes Amendments to the Renewable Energy and Fuel Quality Directives

Last Wednesday the European Commission published a number of proposed amendments to the 2009 Renewable Energy and Fuel Quality Directives.  These amendments address criticisms that the current Directives do not take sufficient account of emissions from indirect land-use change (where … Continue reading

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Revised RTFO Guidance for Biofuels from Waste

Many biofuels traders have experienced difficulties in recent weeks because of a perceived lack of clarity from RTFO on the correct verification protocols for biofuels from waste (so called “double counting” fuels and UCOME in particular). We believe these concerns … Continue reading

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Expraxis now operating in Switzerland

Expraxis now has an operating base in Switzerland: Expraxis Limited, Cambridge Zweigniederlassung Immensee Immostrasse 3a CH-6405 Immensee Switzerland t: +41 41 504 1271 m: +41 79 104 9471 Having the Swiss operating base offers enormous potential for us to service … Continue reading

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About Us

Expraxis is a management consulting company focused on new technologies, sustainable innovation and renewable energy. Expraxis also provides QMS auditing to ISO 9001:2008 and biofuels verification and audit services for GHG emissions (EU ETS/ISO 14064) and sustainability to the ISCC, … Continue reading

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