"Fit for 55" and the contribution of renewable fuels in achieving European climate protection targets
Moderator: Stephan Arens, Union for the Promotion of Oil and Protein Plants (UFOP) and Chairman, German Bioenergy Association (BBE)
Climate change mitigation with an immediate impact through sustainable biofuels
Artur Auernhammer, Member of the German Bundestag, Chairman, Board of Directors German Bioenergy Association (BBE)
Significance and impact of “Fit for 55” for the German Climate Protection Act, measures in the transport sector and alternative fuels
Dr. Hendrik Haßheider, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)
The “Fit for 55” Package - What will its implementation mean for the transport sector and for alternative fuels at European and national level?
N.N., DG Energy, EU Commission
The “Fit for 55 package” - Prospects for business and the competitiveness of European industry
Jens Gieseke, European Parliament
Making “Fit for 55” fit for purpose: The role of ethanol in road transport for an effective EU transport fuel policy
Dr. Stephan Meeder, ePURE
Panel discussion: Green Deal and "Fit for 55" - The role of alternative fuels for the internal combustion engine of the future
Moderator: Sonja van Renssen, freelance journalist
Pekka Pesonen, COPA-COGECA Secretary General
N.N, DG Energy, European Commission
Stefan Schreiber, President of the German Biofuels Industry Association (VDB)
Dr. Monika Griefahn, Spokesperson eFuel Alliance e.V.
Götz Schneider, German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA)
Prof. Christian Küchen, Chief Executive Officer en2x – Wirtschaftsverband Fuels und Energie e.V.
Impact of European climate mitigation legislation on the transport sector
Moderator: Stefan Walter, German Bioethanol Industry Association (BDBe)
EU climate goals and RED III: The contribution needed from alternative fuels to achieve the goals in 2030
Bernd Kuepker, European Commission
Greenhouse gas savings from biofuels in Germany
Carlo Hamelinck, studio Gear Up
What consequences will the introduction of an emissions trading system in the transport sector have for the economic viability of electromobility and alternative fuels?
Anne Held, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI
Is the German GHG abatement quota a good example for Europe? – What are the prospects for various compliance options?
Dr. Franziska Müller-Langer, DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH
CO2 pricing? And if so, how many prices? - How can climate-friendly mobility remain affordable?
Karsten Schulze, President for Traffic, Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club e.V. (ADAC)