Berlin, 22.01.2019

International Conference on Renewable Mobility: Renewable Mobility Amidst the Conflicting Priorities of Climate Protection, Economic Viability and User Acceptance

Berlin, 22.01.2019 Speakers from the German Bioenergy Association, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, the international mineral oil industry, the German automotive industry and the scientific community presented their concepts, strategies and research results for renewable mobility in the future to over 550 conference participants at the launch of the conference on 21st......

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Berlin, 21.01.2019

International Conference on Renewable Mobility: Experts call for immediately effective and technology-open climate protection measures in the transport sector

Berlin, 21.01.2019 The recast European Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) will be the focus of discussion at the international conference on renewable mobility. The directive stipulates that the minimum share of renewables in the transport sector energy mix should increase from ten per cent in 2020 to 14 per cent in 2030. Biofuels from cultivated biomass may account for up to seven per cent......

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Berlin, 10.01.2019

Parallel Forum on Biofuel Trading on 22.01.2019 from 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Berlin, 08.01.2019: At the 16th International Conference on Renewable Mobility, numerous parallel forums will home in on the various technical and economic aspects of tomorrow’s drive systems and the major challenges arising from ambitious climate protection targets. Another key point is the global biofuel trade, which will be the focus of a parallel forum with experts from Great Britain,......

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Berlin, 19.12.2018

The Global Challenge of Climate Protection in the Transport Sector - Are Biofuels and Synthetic Fuels Compatible?

Biofuels from cultivated biomass are becoming increasingly important worldwide. This is reflected in legal obligations to blend biofuels that are now being introduced in numerous countries and gradually rendered more stringent. The importance of biofuels will grow as measures are adopted to comply with the Paris Climate Protection Agreement. Signatory states must present their national climate and......

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Berlin, 06.12.2018

Fossil and Biofuel Research Safeguards Sales Markets

Biodiesel and bioethanol are by far the most important alternative sustainable fuels in Germany and the European Union, not only today, but also in the years ahead. In Germany alone, they contributed about 7.7 million t CO2 equivalent towards greenhouse gas reduction in 2017. These biofuels are also by far the most important alternative fuels for attaining national energy and climate protection......

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