Programme

The program will be published here in August 2015. You are welcome to send us your proposals.

 

 

Sponsors

Interested companies are provided with an opportunity to present their company or organisation to an international expert audience by setting up an exhibition stand

Partners

Gold- and Silver-Partner 2015.

Fuels of the future 2016

 
 

Conference
Since 2002, the specialist conference has been providing the global biofuel industry and other interest groups a platform for the exchange of views and the transfer of information. The strength of the conference is that it brings together all the relevant market players with the aim of directly addressing the needs of the biofuel industry – a conference offered by the industry for the industry.

 

More than 500 participants from around the world are again expected in January 2016, among them representatives from raw material production and logistics, biofuel producers, representatives from the oil industry, from vehicle technology and the automotive industry, from politics, auditors and environmental verifiers, from the certification systems along with scientists and researchers. The international conference “Fuels of the Future 2016” is the leading event of the German biofuel industries and a major forum for discussion for German, European and global biofuels policy. The conference is supported by Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank.

 

In 2016, the conference jointly organised by the German BioEnergy Association (BBE), the Union for the Promotion of Oil and Protein Plants (UFOP), the German Bioethanol Industry Association (BDBe), the German Biofuels Industry Association (VDB) and the German Biogas Association is again characterized by thematic diversity. On both conference days, the plenary speeches and four parallel sessions subsequently held on each topic will address the specific concerns and challenges met by the various biofuel industry sectors. The thematic blocks offered will be

 

  • Renewables in transport – 2020 an beyond
  • Concepts for the mobility of the future in Germany and Europe in light of the amendment of the Renewable Energy and Fuel Quality Directive
  • Germany is forging ahead with decarbonisation - introduction of a mandatory target for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2015 and one year of practical experience
  • Biofuels in the context of the raw material markets and resource potentials
  • Current status of and prospects for the market development of biodiesel, bioethanol, biomethane and vegetable oil fuel
  • Prospects of biofuels from waste and residues
  • Sustainability certification of biofuels
  • Power-to-Gas - wind energy as a driver for the mobility of tomorrow?
  • Advanced Biofuels

The full programme will be available here in August 2015.


Accompanying Exhibition / Poster Presentation
In addition, the conference provides you with an opportunity to introduce your company or your institution to an international industry audience with an information booth in the entrance hall of the congress centre or to be represented as a sponsor.
Furthermore, scientific institutions are given an opportunity to present scientific results in a separate poster exhibition - the organizers seek to provide a platform where representatives from science and the industries meet. The German BioEnergy Association will gladly provide further details.

 

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