Berlin, 27.11.2015

France is the Partner Country of the 13th International Conference on Biofuels – “Fuels of the Future”

The nomination of France as the partner country is a special highlight of the 13th International Conference “Fuels of the Future” which will be held in Berlin from 18 - 19 January 2016. France is Germany's most important partner when it comes to biofuels in petrol and diesel. French bioethanol producers have a clear leadership position in the European Union due to continuously increasing sales of......

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Berlin, 26.11.2015

Biodiesel: Technical innovations, regulatory challenges and prospects

As part of the 13th International Conference “Fuels of the Future”, the biodiesel forum will focus on regulatory aspects around the use of biodiesel and give an overview of the development prospects from a technological point of view. “We have put together a diverse programme, in which we will present technical innovations and take a look at the regulatory challenges of the past and those lying......

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Berlin, 17.11.2015

Bioethanol as a thematic focus in two forums: prospects in the EU and globally as well as research and development for more efficiency with bioethanol put to the test

The 13th International Conference on Biofuels “Fuels of the Future 2016” will be held from 18-19 January 2016 at Berlin’s CityCube. The organizers are again expecting more than 500 participants from the areas of automotive production, the oil and chemical industries, biofuel production, science and research as well as from international organizations and ministries. Besides many other specialized......

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Berlin, 30.10.2015

Focus Climate Protection in Transport

Within the framework of climate change policy, special attention is paid to road transport. Given the uptrend in registration figures for passenger cars and commercial vehicles, especially heavy goods vehicle traffic has to be seen as a cause for the increase in GHG emissions. By contrast, Germany’s government has set itself the target to reduce GHG emissions by a total of 40% until 2020 and by......

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Berlin, 23.10.2015

Prospects of biodiesel under increasing exhaust emissions regulations

There is especially currently in Germany a lot of public interest regarding the compliance with the legally binding limits for exhaust emissions. Biofuels have to flfil these emission requirements as well, without any ifs and buts. Only then will approvals be issued and the future of biodiesel be secured also from an engine technicological point of view. This means that the biodiesel industry, in......

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