Bioledger published a press release following the approval of the implementing act on revised standards for certification schemes. Under the new regime, full digital traceability will be required throughout the global biofuel and feedstock supply chain by January 2023.
Digitising the entire supply chain before the end of 2022 is a significant challenge but it is the overhaul needed to compile a single accurate dataset on the biofuel supply chain incentivised by the European climate policies. The Commission is working with Voluntary Schemes and stakeholders including Bioledger to demonstrate security and scalability of the central database and it’s third-party data providers
Bioledger, an independent software provider established in 2019 specifically to address risks in biofuel supply chains, has been working with diverse biofuel businesses, auditors and regulators to design, build and scale the mobile and web based applications that enable them to demonstrate compliance with the new requirements.