Act on Biocomponents and Liquid Biofuels (Dz.U. 2006 nr 169 poz. 1199)
The following biocomponents are eligible: bioethanol, biomethanol, biobutanol, ester dimethylether, pure vegetable oil, bio liquid hydrocarbons, bio propane-butane, liquefied biomethane, compressed biomethane and biohydrogen, which are produced from biomass for use in the manufacture of liquid fuels or biofuels (art. 2 par. 1 no. 3). The biocomponents and bioliguids can only count towards the quota and be eligible for financial support, if they meet the sustainability criteria set out within the recognized certification system (art. 28b-28c) approved by the European Commission, including GHG emission reduction, protection of land with high biodiversity value, peatland protection and sustainable farming criteria (art. 28a).
The Act is detailed by Regulation of 23 July 2013 on the National Indicative Targets for 2013-2018). The Regulation established that the obliged companies have to ensure that biofuels make up the following quotas of the company's total annual sale or consumption of fuel: 7.10% between 2013 and 2016, 7.80% in 2017 and 8.50% in 2018.
This document was amended by the Act no. 1356/2019 "amending the act on biocomponents And liquid biofuels and some other Acts", notably to establish the Low-Emission Transport Fund.
3.20% minimum share of biofuels in petrol and for diesel fuel 3.22% in the first quarter, 5.53% in the second and third quarter and 3.68% in the fourth quarter
35% cut in GHG emissions from biofuels and bioliquids compared to fossil fuels by 2017, then 50% by 2018 against a 2008 baseline