Consultation period: 01/10/2019 9:00 am to 29/10/2019 5:00 pm
What is this about?
In New South Wales, the Biofuels Act 2007 and the Biofuels Regulation (No 2) 2016 apply to the sale of biofuels, such as E10. The objective of the Act and Regulation is to foster a viable and dynamic biofuels industry which reduces consumers’ dependence on fossil fuels and NSW’s reliance on imported petrol.
The NSW Government is now reviewing the Act and Regulation to ensure that their objectives are still valid, and the requirements of the Act and Regulation are still appropriate.
What’s happened so far?
As part of the review process, a discussion paper has been released to gain feedback on the regulation of biofuels in NSW. This discussion paper provides an opportunity for interested parties in NSW to express their views or concerns. The NSW Government wants to hear from motorists, fuel retailers and wholesalers, the petroleum and biofuels industries, people who work in the motor industry, and members of the public.
Your feedback is vital in ensuring the Biofuels Act continues to meet the needs of the community.
You are invited to read the discussion paper and provide comments by 5pm on Tuesday 29 October 2019.
Once the consultation period has closed, all comments and submissions will be carefully considered. A report on the review and its findings will be submitted to the Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation. The final report will then be tabled in each House of Parliament by 30 June 2020.
- 1 Oct 2019 – Public consultation on the Biofuels Discussion Paper opens
- 29 Oct 2019 – Consultation ends
Have your say
We invite you to tell us your views by using our online form. You don't have to answer every question but your submission needs to address the specific issues raised in the documents and where possible provide evidence to support your feedback (eg are there any reports or papers you can refer to?).
If you can't use our online form, you can email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will publish your submission if not told otherwise.
If you can't provide your submission electronically, you can send your submission by mail to:
Better Regulation Division, NSW Department of Customer Service
2-24 Rawson Place
Sydney NSW 2000