Zimbabwe

Biofuels Policy of Zimbabwe (BPZ)

Executive
Policy
Passed in 2020
The Biofuels Policy of Zimbabwe fosters the production, use and sustainability of the liquid biofuels sector in the country, especially ethanol from sugar cane and biodiesel from jatropha, until 2030. Its aims are to reduce the country's dependency on oil imports, and to reduce its greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions.

It is unclear whether the target of ethanol blending ratio set out in 2019 by the Energy and Power Development Minister (20% by 2030; 33% reduction of GHG emissions from biofuel use), has been retained in the document in force. 

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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