Session 1 - Energy transition in transport between the challenges of security of supply and climate change mitigation
Moderation: Stefan Walter, German Bioethanol Industry Association (BDBe)
Security of supply, climate change mitigation and bioeconomy through sustainable biofuels
Artur Auernhammer, Chairman of the Board, German Bioenergy Association (BBE)
Renewable fuels and alternative drives between the challenges of security of supply, climate change mitigation and the energy transition – How do the political framework and market prospects look
Oliver Luksic, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV)
Breakthrough in EU legislation for the energy transition in transport?
Norbert Lins, Member of the European Parliament
Recommendations of the Expert Advisory Board “Climate change mitigation in mobility for development of renewable fuels
Prof. Dr. Meike Jipp, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Energy supply security in the transport sector; what is needed for it?
John Cooper, FuelsEurope
13:00-14:00 Lunch and networking break
Session 2 - Panel discussion: Consequences of the war in Ukraine: Is security of supply sidelining climate change mitigation?
Moderation: Sonja van Renssen, energy monitor
15:30 - 16:15 Coffee and networking break
Session 3- Implementation of RED III: How will quota regulations in the EU look in future?
Moderation: Elmar Baumann, German Biofuels Industry Association (VDB)
Expanding sustainable production and use of bio-based fuels, chemicals and materials improves capacity to respond to market disruptions
Keith L. Kline, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Overview of quota developments in selected EU Member States
Dr.-Ing. Franziska Müller-Langer, DBFZ German Biomass Research Centre gemeinnützige GmbH
From theory to practice: pitfalls and solutions to respond to stricter GHG reduction provisions
Dominik Trisl, Jan Röstel, q-bility GmbH
GHG quota from electricity: Where are we heading?
Zoltan Elek, Landwärme GmbH
19:00 end 22:00
Bioenergy reception at HUB27
Young Scientists Award
Presentation of a research project in 160 seconds using the dynamic
Pecha Kucha method: 8 slides are allowed, each of which is shown for exactly 20 seconds.
Eco-Runner: the world's most efficient hydrogen powered city car
Kaatje Bout and Eliane van Boxtel, Delft University of Technology