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The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC) mirrors the political compromise concerning the future guidelines of the political framework for the promotion

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Qualitätsmanagement

    Biodiesel e.V. (AGQM) Union zur Förderung von Oel- und Proteinpflanzen e.V.

     Claire-Waldoff-Str. 7, 10117 Berlin

    UFOP/AGQM-Workshop The requirements of the Renewable Energy Directive and the German Biomass

    Ordinance “Biofuels” – Application in Practise

The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC) mirrors the political compromise concerning

    the future guidelines of the political framework for the promotion of biofuels. The Directive

    leads to the implementation of certification systems and recognition of certification bodies on

    national and international levels. The certification systems and the corresponding

    documentation requirements on each stage, beginning on the farm level in “third countries” outside the European Union and on the following steps of the supply chain (crop collection

    company, oil mill, biofuel manufacturer) are one of the most challenging factors for the future

    introduction of biofuels in the market.

    The key issue is to have not only recognized certification and documentation systems, the

    main challenge is to get the public acceptance and confidence in these kinds of systems as a

    basis for the future introduction of biofuels in the fuel market. Taken into account the EU-aim

    of 10% renewable energy in the transport sector, this aim will raise also in the future the

    question: “from which areas the biomass comes from?”.

    Especially in Germany the discussion about this question was crucial concerning the

    decision of the German Parliament (Bundestag) to introduce the ordinance for sustainable

    stbiomass production for biofuels and electricity already on 1 July 2010.

    Therefore Germany is going ahead in the European Union to implement certification systems

    and all the regulations and requirements which have to be controlled by the certification

    bodies or finally by the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food (BLE). The BLE is the

    official body for the implementation of the biomass ordinances.

    The aim of the workshop of UFOP and AGQM is to give representatives from other member

    states an actual overview about the legal situation, the status of the practical implementation

    of certification systems and the organisation and system structure of the BLE.

Dr. Norbert Heim Dieter Bockey

    General Manager, UFOP e.V. General Manager, AGQM e.V.

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Qualitätsmanagement Biodiesel e.V. (AGQM) Union zur Förderung von Oel- und Proteinpflanzen e.V.

     Claire-Waldoff-Str. 7, 10117 Berlin

UFOP/AGQM-Workshop

    The requirements of the Renewable Energy Directive and the German Biomass

    Ordinance “Biofuels” – Application in Practise

Place:

    HDLE Haus der Land- und Ernährungswirtschaft, Claire-Waldoff-Str. 7, 10117 Berlin

Date:

    th28 May 2010

    9:30 10:00 a.m. Registration

    Opening remarks Introduction

10:00 10:30 a.m. Legal Sustainability Requirements in the European Union and in

    Germany

    Dr. Hans-Jürgen Fröse, German Federal Ministry of food,

    Agriculture and Consumer Protection

10:30 12:30 p.m. The International Sustainability and Carbon Certification System (ISCC)

    - Operations of the first recognized certification scheme

    - Application and approval process for institutions and companies

    - The practical implementation of the chain of custody and

    greenhouse gas calculation

    - Cooperation with recognized certification bodies

    - Experience from audits and the state of the art of the

    introduction of ISCC on the European Level and in Third

    Countries.

    Dr. Norbert Schmitz, Managing Director ISCC System GmbH

    Dr. Andreas Feige/Dr. Jan M. Henke, ISCC System GmbH

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Qualitätsmanagement Biodiesel e.V. (AGQM) Union zur Förderung von Oel- und Proteinpflanzen e.V.

     Claire-Waldoff-Str. 7, 10117 Berlin

12:30 13:30 p.m. Lunch

13:30 14:30 p.m. Presentation of the Certification System REDcert

    - Organisation structure

    - Certification System

    - Strategies for implementation

    Mr. Peter Jürgens, Managing Director, REDcert GmbH

14:30 15:30 p.m. Practical implementation and Supervising Biofuel Sustainability

    Ordinance by the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food

    - Authorizing and control of Certification Systems and Bodies

    in Germany, EU and “third countries”

    - Documentation requirements, e.g. sustainability proofs

    - Presentation of the web application “nabisy”

    Dr. Matthias Nickel, Federal Agency for Agriculture and

    Food

15:30 16:00 p.m. Final discussion and Conclusions

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Qualitätsmanagement Biodiesel e.V. (AGQM) Union zur Förderung von Oel- und Proteinpflanzen e.V.

     Claire-Waldoff-Str. 7, 10117 Berlin

Sustainability the requirements of the Renewable Energy Directive and the German

    Biomass Ordinance “Biofuels” – Application in Practise 28thMay 2010 in Berlin Binding Booking

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Arbeitsgemeinschaft Qualitätsmanagement

    Biodiesel e.V. (AGQM) Union zur Förderung von Oel- und Proteinpflanzen e.V.

     Claire-Waldoff-Str. 7, 10117 Berlin

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