Electricity generation from renewable non-fossil gaseous and liquid fuels

1. Life-cycle GHG emissions from the generation of electricity using renewable gaseous and liquid fuels are lower than 100gCO2e/kWh.

Life-cycle GHG emissions are calculated based on project-specific data, where available, using Recommendation 2013/179/EU or, alternatively, using ISO 14067:2018(168) or ISO 14064-1:2018(169).

Quantified life-cycle GHG emissions are verified by an independent third party.

2. Where facilities incorporate any form of abatement (including carbon capture or use of decarbonised fuels), that abatement activity complies with the criteria set out in the relevant Section of this Annex, where applicable.

Where the CO2 that would otherwise be emitted from the electricity generation process is captured for the purpose of underground storage, the CO2 is transported and stored underground, in accordance with the technical screening criteria set out in Sections 5.11 and 5.12 of this Annex.

3. The activity meets either of the following criteria:

a. at construction, measurement equipment for monitoring of physical emissions, such as methane leakage is installed or a leak detection and repair program is introduced;

b. at operation, physical measurement of methane emissions are reported and leak is eliminated.

4. Where the activity blends renewable gaseous or liquid fuels with biogas or bioliquids, the agricultural biomass used for the production of the biogas or bioliquids complies with the criteria laid down in Article 29, paragraphs 2 to 5, of 

Directive (EU) 2018/2001

 while forest biomass complies with the criteria laid down in Article 29, paragraphs 6 and 7, of that Directive.


Further information and explanations of the footnotes can be found on the EU Taxonomy website:

Link: Electricity generation from renewable non-fossil gaseous and liquid fuels

Abschnitt A – Grundlagen der Exportkreditgarantien
I. Rechtliche Grundlagen
1. Verfassungsrechtliche Anforderungen
a) Gesetzesvorbehalt
b) Zuständigkeit des Bundes
ii) Verwaltungskompetenz
3. Frühere Mitwirkung der Bundesschuldenverwaltung bzw. Bundeswertpapierverwaltung
5. Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetz
6. Bundeshaushaltsordnung
Abschnitt B – Die einzelnen Absicherungsprodukte des Bundes (Deckungsformen)
I. Fabrikationsrisikodeckung
III. Forderungsdeckungen – Lieferantenkreditdeckung
IV. Forderungsdeckungen - Finanzkreditdeckung
1. Standard-Einzeldeckung
a) Systematische Einordnung der Finanzkreditdeckung und wirtschaftlicher/rechtlicher Hintergrund …
b) Das zu finanzierende Exportgeschäft
i) Förderungswürdigkeit
ii) Zahlungsbedingungen
d) Nicht deckungsfähige Parallelfinanzierung
3. Akkreditivbestätigungsdeckung als Variante der Finanzkreditdeckung
a) Hintergrund und Anwendungsbereich
b) Rechtliche Grundlagen/Konditionen
c) Verfahrenshinweise
Annex Klima-Check
C. EU Taxonomy