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Berlin, 10.07.2018

Save the Date: Fuels of the Future 2019 – International Conference on Renewable Mobility 21/22 January 2019 - CityCube Berlin

The 16th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2019” will be held on 21-22 January 2019, again in Berlin. The conference is 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 Biofuel Industry Association (VDB) and the German Biogas Association......

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Bonn, 26.04.2018

Call for papers and invitation for sponsors!

The 16th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2019” will be held on 21-22 January 2019, again in Berlin. The conference is 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 Biofuel Industry Association (VDB) and the German Biogas Association......

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Bonn, 04.04.2018

Conference Report 2018

The 15th “Fuels of the Future” conference was held in January 2018. This conference has now become established as one of the most important events in Europe addressing biofuels and alternative drive systems, covering the widest range of topics of any such event. In 2017, the conference was extended to include the topic of „renewable mobility“ for the first time. In In incorporating this......

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Berlin, 29.01.2018

Milestone for biodiesel production

MBT process for the economical production of biodiesel from waste oilsContract between PME BioLiquid, inaCHEM and REC Reliable EngineeringProduction plant in Wittenberge with a capacity of 60,000 tons / year Fewer process steps, simple process control and high yield: these are the strengths of the new MBT technology. Their use in a biodiesel production plant in Wittenberge was contractually......

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Berlin, 22.01.2018

International Conference on Renewable Mobility: Immediately making use of all available options to reach climate change objectives in transportation

The biofuel industry regrets the position adopted by the European Parliament concerning the revision of the Renewable Energy Directive. At the International Conference on Renewable Mobility, the industry criticises the Parliament’s intent to reduce sales of biofuels from crop biomass. A minimum content of 10 per cent of the fuels being derived from waste, residues, fuels from surplus power and......

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