The 21st International Conference on Renewable Mobility "Fuels of the Future 2024" takes place on 22 & 23 January 2024 in Berlin. As usual, the conference will be held bilingually (German-English).
You can expect more than 60 speakers & more than 700 national and international participants from various industries, including
28 September 2023
"Fuels of the Future" 2024: Registration and Programme online now!
On January 22, 2024, the 21st International Conference on Renewable Mobility "Fuels of the Future" will open its doors in the CityCube Berlin. Artur Auernhammer, BBE Chairman of the Board, will open the two-day congress. Please find his opening letter below.
25 January 2023
“Fuels of the future”: Biofuel industry blames Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke for missed climate protection targets in the transport sector
The Federal Ministry for the Environment, supported by Federal Minister of Agriculture, Cem Özdemir, risks derailing climate change mitigation in the transport sector; the climate protection targets are becoming unachievable. During the two days of the 20th Conference on Renewable Mobility, everything revolved around new trends and potential uses of renewable fuels. The five German biofuel industry associations organising the event welcomed 700 participants from 33 countries to the conference.
23 January 2023
“Fuels of the Future”: Kick-off for the 20th Conference
Over 70 speakers will discuss measures to achieve climate change mitigation goals at the 20th Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future” on 23rd and 24th January. Innovative applications and further technical development of renewable fuels in the mobility sector will be at the heart of the presentations and panel discussions.
16 January 2023
Using alternative fuels consistently ensures security of supply and climate change mitigation with immediate effect in the transport sector
The energy crisis triggered by the war in Ukraine clearly confirms how reliant Europe, especially Germany, has become on fossil gas and oil supplies from Russia that must be replaced by new supply partners. “This dependency clearly weighs on national budgets and on households across the European Union. If we continue to rely on fossil energy sources instead of switching more rapidly to renewable energies in all sectors, it will be virtually impossible to attain the more rigorous climate change mitigation targets and the higher share of renewable energies envisaged by 2030 in the recast European Effort Sharing Regulation and the Renewable Energy Directive (RED III)”, as Artur Auernhammer, Chair of the German Bioenergy Association(BBE), notes.
3 January 2023
Finally live again - Fuels of the Future 2023 in Berlin
On 23 January 2022, the 20th International Renewable Mobility Congress "Fuels of the Future" will open its doors in the CityCube Berlin under the motto: Fuels of the Future 2023 - Navigator for Sustainable Mobility. Five exciting presentations of 20 minutes of knowledge input each await you in the opening session "Energy transition in transport in the area of tension between security of supply and climate protection".