The trade association launched the strategy, called Clean Growth Future Vision, at its annual expo held in Liverpool last month.
FPS chief executive Guy Pulham says: “Our members have always been committed to improving energy efficiency and will continue to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation targets of the government.
“Liquid fuels are developing all the time and have come a long way in terms of efficiency and reduced carbon emissions. Our members are best positioned to help consumers through the transition phase as new fuels start to come to market.”
The FPS wants government to be technology neutral and to not view electrification as the only option. It believes that biofuels can help achieve decarbonisation in the future and should form part of the future energy mix.
The trade association also announced it is to change its name in the coming months, to the UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA), saying it better reflects the activities of its member companies.
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