Ukraine

Law 1391-XIV on Alternative Fuels, last amended by Law 4970-VI

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2000
The law introduces the framework for financial mechanisms to stimulate biofuels and other alternative fuels in order to save energy resources and reduce dependence on imports. It aims at reducing environmental impact by using various kinds of waste as raw material for the production of alternative fuels. The law foresees support to develop scientific and technical basis of production of alternative fuels, as well as support of entrepreneurship. It aims to prevent the creation of artificial monopolies of alternative fuels.

The law was amended twice, in 2009 and 2012, firstly to introduce biofuel blending mandates and secondly to introduce a steady increase in biofuels share of the fuel mix.

The amended law promotes the use of alternative fuels to 20% of the total amount of fuel consumption in 2020. It establishes the amount of ethanol content in gasoline produced and sold: recommended content not less than 5% (by volume) in 2013; mandatory content not less than 5% (by volume) in 2014-2015; and mandatory content of not less than 7% (by volume) from 2016.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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