ACFA was created in 2000 as a not-for-profit organization to promote the use of clean fuels in Asia and the Middle East. We believe that the use of clean fuels is one of the most compelling answers to improving the quality of air. Our mission is to promote and advance the interests of stakeholders in the use of clean fuels that benefit the environment by leveraging the economic, technical and environmental attributes of these fuels. ACFA operates by the principles of sound science and technology, cost efficiency and sustainability of the environment. ACFA focuses on fuel quality improvement and harmonization in the regions. We provide scientific information and data as well as technical expertise and knowledge to several national policymaking bodies to empower their clean fuels programs and efforts. We also collaborate with the oil and auto industries, non-government organisations (NGOs) and the academia to facilitate a scientific approach to fuels legislation across the region. ACFA is a proud partner of the United Nations Environment Program Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (UNEP-PCFV) and a Coordinating Council Member of Clean Air Initiatives for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia). ACFA publishes three different newsletters – Fuel for Thoughts, In Focus and In Conversation, to provide updated information on clean fuels and air quality. To subscribe to these complimentary newsletters, please visit www.acfa.org.sg. If you have further queries, please contact Ms Nurfarahislinda, Communications Manager, Asian Clean Fuels Association at e-mail: email@example.com.
Concawe was established in 1963 by a small group of leading oil companies to carry out research on environmental issues relevant to the oil industry. Its membership has broadened to include most oil companies operating in Europe. Concawe carries out research on environmental, health and safety issues relevant to the oil industry. For more information visit: www.concawe.eu
European Biodiesel Board (EBB)
The European Biodiesel Board (EBB) is a Brussels-based non-profit organisation established in 1997. We bring together producers of biodiesel (FAME and HVO) in Europe, gathering 34 members across 21 Member-States representing 75% of European biodiesel output. We represent biodiesel producers using all feedstocks: food/feed crops, waste, residues, and other innovative biogenic materials. Biodiesel is used primarily as a substitute for fossil fuels in transport and is key to decreasing EU transport emissions and dependence on imported diesel. The EBB promotes European biodiesel use and is committed to international standards for sustainability in GHG emissions and feedstock supply.
ePURE represents the interests of European renewable ethanol producers to the EU institutions, industry stakeholders, the media, academia and the general public. Based in Brussels, ePURE speaks for 35 member companies and associations (including 19 producers), with around 50 plants in 16 EU Member States, accounting for about 85% of EU renewable ethanol production. The organisation, established in 2010, promotes the beneficial uses of ethanol throughout Europe.
World Bioenergy Association
World Bioenergy Association is an international member organization with a mission to promote the sustainable development of bioenergy on a global level and to support the business environment for bioenergy. With a member base of bioenergy companies, associations, research institutes and individuals from more than 65 countries, WBA represents the voice of the global bioenergy community. WBA activities include publishing factsheets, statistics reports, market reports and position papers on various aspects of bioenergy including policies, technologies, markets, finance etc. WBA also has organized numerous events in the past including workshops, webinars, conferences, and study trips to discuss and debate issues surrounding bioenergy including land use, biodiversity, carbon neutrality, clean energy etc. Moreover, WBA collaborates with various international organizations working in the renewable energy sector via partnerships including IRENA, IEA, REN21, REN Alliance, CPLC, FAO and others.