Bonn, 07.12.2017

Hype or the Future? Sectoral Coupling with Electricity-based Fuels

Numerous parallel forums at the 15th International Conference on Renewable Mobility will address various technical and economic topics concerning power trains of the future. Electricity-based fuels as a means of linking the electricity and transport sectors (sectoral coupling) will be the focus of attention at a parallel forum with experts from various companies and research institutes at 9 a.m.......

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Berlin, 29.11.2017

Trade in Biofuels Worldwide – Overview and Outlook

Experts meeting in a parallel forum at the 15th International Congress on Renewable Mobility will analyze biofuel trading worldwide, examining various perspectives on requirements, the current state of play and forecasts. The forum, to be held from 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m on 23rd January 2018, the Congress' second day, will look beyond data on global trade flows to analyse feedstock availability,......

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Berlin, 21.11.2017

Bioethanol to Reduce Exhaust Gas Emissions

At the 15th International Conference on Renewable Mobility, a series of parallel forums will address various technical and economic issues concerning power trains of the future and the major challenges triggered by ambitious climate protection goals. Bioethanol, the most widespread biofuel internationally - as a blending component or as ethanol fuel -will take center-stage on the second day of the......

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Berlin, 14.11.2017

Biodiesel research against the backdrop of more stringent emissions legislation and fuel chemistry requirements

Berlin, 10th. November 2017. The 15th International Congress for Renewable Energy, which will be held in Berlin from 22nd – 23rd January 2018, once again offers the international biodiesel and biofuel industry a platform to meet with experts from the world of science for discussions on current research outcomes and new topics shaping biodiesel’s prospects. These research results are not relevant......

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Bonn, 25.10.2017

15th International Congress for Renewable Mobility "Fuels of the Future 2018" discusses the future of the combustion engine!

Catchphrases like Dieselgate, traffic bans and defeat devices shape current debate on diesel engines, and the combustion engine's future is called into question. Which diesel and petrol engines are future-proof, reflecting the spirit of sustainable, low-emission mobility? What role can the transport sector play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions by circa 40 per cent by 2030 with a view to......

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