Bermuda looks forward to 2035 with shift towards biofuels and natural gas

In Bermuda, the government has released the National Fuels Plan that sets out 57% biofuel and natural gas consumption by 2035 in an attempt to shore up fuel security as well as reduce costly imports of fossil fuels and reduce negative impacts on the environment. The country also aims to reduce energy consumption by 20% while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20%. The policy refers to not just transportation fuel but also electricity and stationary use.

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