17 January 2022
Press Release: Using renewable fuels consistently will have an immediate impact on climate protection in the transport sector
The press conference in the run-up to the 19th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2022” addressed the contribution that sustainable renewable fuels already make to mitigating climate change and their potential to boost climate protection immediately. In 2020 sustainable biofuels led to record greenhouse gas savings of over 13.2 million tons. That means an additional saving of almost 4 million tons CO2 emissions could be achieved in 2020 compared with the previous year. “This success is due to raising the greenhouse gas reduction quota (GHG quota) to 6% for 2020 (4% in 2019) and shows that the GHG quota and the ensuing competition for greenhouse gas efficiency are having an impact”, noted Artur Auernhammer, Chairman of the Board, German Bioenergy Association (BBE). Sustainable biofuels play an indispensable part in effective climate protection in the transport sector and will continue to do so in future.
15 December 2021
Bioenergy Association (BBE): EU Green Deal, Fit-for-55 and Climate Legislations: How International Experts on Energy, Transportation and Fuels Come are Shaping the Future of Mobility
Join the 19th International Online Conference “Fuels of the Future” in January 2022! BERLIN, Dec. 15th, 2021 -- The upcoming “Fuels of the Future” conference, to be held online from January 24th to 28th 2022, is the global key event on both current discussions and the future agenda for the energy and mobility transition.
15 December 2021
Effective climate protection on land, at sea and in the air
Whether ships, aircraft or machines in agriculture and forestry: prospects of low CO₂ and low-emission transport must be created in all areas of existing infrastructure. Speakers will explain what possibilities the future holds at the digital congress for renewable mobility "Fuels of the Future" in January 2022.
26 November 2021
Bioethanol and biomethane as sustainable fuel blends
Renewable raw materials of biological origin can be used as a climate-friendly energy source for engines. The potential offered by bioethanol and biomethane will be explained by experts from industry and science on two days of the “Fuels of the Future" conference.
19 November 2021
Climate neutrality with e-fuels and green hydrogen
Water, air or heavy-duty transport: Renewable fuels should be usable in all areas in the future. Feasible? Yes. On the second day of the "Fuels of the Future" congress, experts from science and practice will explain exactly how, using pilot projects.