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Bonn, 17.11.2016

Biomethane in the transport sector: Latest developments in Germany

On occasion of the 14th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2017”, 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. Numerous parallel forums will address a broad range of......

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Berlin, 10.11.2016

Sustainability and corporate governance in the area of biofuels

European Union policy has set the highest requirements for sustainability certification globally when it comes to the market access and offsetting biofuels against quota obligations or tax concessions. This includes not only a dated certificate of origin but also certain requirements made towards social standards and particularly the effective reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. From 2018 on,......

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Berlin, 24.10.2016

Biofuel and commodity markets in the context of global food supply

With the ratification of the Paris agreement on climate change, the signatory states will have to publish binding action plans for decarbonization, particularly, in the transport sector by 2020. At a global level, the decarbonization of transport is one of the most effective ways for realizing the climate protection targets. Next to higher engine efficiencies and the simultaneous hybridization of......

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Berlin, 19.10.2016

Bioethanol forum on 24 January 2017, starting at 9.00 am: Latest research results from Denmark, Germany and Sweden

On occasion of the 14th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2017”, 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. Numerous parallel forums will address a broad range of......

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Hürth, 29.09.2016

conference on fuels, chemicals and polymers from CO2 utilization in Cologne: Big visions – and real potential

In recent years, the first commercial production of CO2-based polymers has been launched, several additional technologies have progressed so far to allow production on an industrial scale in the near future – with advanced biotechnology and chemical catalysis. At the same time renewable energy from solar, wind and hydro is becoming cheaper each year. The latest plants at favourable locations are......

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