Berlin, 21.09.2015

Biomethane as a fuel being held back

When on Thursday, 17 September, the International Motor Show (IAA) for passenger cars opens its gates in Frankfurt am Main, the topic of mobility will shift increasingly into the focus of the media. From a climate policy standpoint, however, the issue has been overlooked for decades. “The transport sector is the only sector, which has been unable to reduce its green­house gas emissions since......

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Berlin, 04.09.2015

German government report on biofuels development shows: Potential is not sufficiently used

According to the recent report released by the German government on the biofuels development, the share of biodiesel and bioethanol on the German fuel market ranged at 5.2% in 2014. Even though the production capacities are not being fully exploited, their share has therefore stayed at the same level as in the previous year. “Significantly more GHG emissions could be saved on the basis of biofuels......

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Bonn, 27.08.2015

Save the Date!

On 18-19 January 2016, the biofuels industry from Germany and around the world will come together for the 13th edition of the “Fuels of the Future” conference, which will be held at the new multifunctional exhibition and conference arena CityCube on Berlin’s trade fair grounds. In 2016, the conference again jointly organised by the German BioEnergy Association (BBE), the Union for the Promotion of......

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Bonn, 13.05.2015

Partner of the conference

Being the highlight event for the European biofuel industry, the international conference “Fuels of the Future” at the same time serves as an important forum for discussing European an international politics on biofuel. The conference involves all relevant players on the market and aims at addressing the specific needs of the industry. In January 2016, again more than 500 participants are......

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Berlin, 19.01.2015

Biofuels: continuing a sustainable policy beyond 2020

During the international conference “Fuels of the Future” at Berlin’s CityCube, the renewable fuels industry is calling for the continuation of a sustainable European biofuels policy beyond 2020....

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