Berlin, 23.01.2017

International conference on renewable mobility: Energy turnaround in transport in the discussion - Directive proposal of the European Commission is insufficient

At the international conference on renewable mobility, the German biofuel industry criticizes the proposal of the European Commission for a new Renewable Energy Directive and calls for adjustments. From the perspective of the biofuel industry, the transport sector will have to do much more for climate protection than provided in the Commission proposal. According to the industry, the 27 %......

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Bonn, 10.01.2017

Biofuels and Power-to-X

The 14th International Conference on renewable mobility “Fuels of the Future 2017“ will be held on 23th and 24th January 2017 at the CityCube Berlin. Once again, the organisers expect more than 500 participants including representatives of the automobile production, mineral oil, and chemical industries, of biofuel producers, science and research institutions, as well as international organisations......

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Berlin, 21.12.2016

Parallel forum "Renewable mobility and reduction in emissions" on the second day of the Congress

At the 14th International Specialist Congress for renewable mobility “Fuels of the future 2017” a large number of parallel forums will deal with technical and economic subjects related to the mobility of tomorrow and the objectives of climate protection. In the parallel forum on the topic of “Renewable mobility and reduction in emissions” on the second day of the Congress at 11.30 am five......

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Berlin, 07.12.2016

Discussion about the European Commission Proposal for a New Renewable Energy Directive

“Fuels of the Future”, the 14h International Conference on Renewable Mobility, is held in Berlin from 23rd to 24th January 2017. Experts will be discussing the proposal for a revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) by 2030, published by the Commission in November 2016, in various topical panels. In its draft for RED II, the Commission proposes practically halving the current maximum......

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Bonn, 12.12.2016

Increasing diversification of drive technologies and the research and production of various renewable fuels as part of a sustainable mobility strategy

The climate protection target of achieving a tangible and sustainable reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector makes it necessary that all renewable drive and fuel alternatives interact as efficiently as possible. The parallel use and advancement of various fuels from renewable sources such as biomass or non-biogenic sources (Power-to-Gas) is the basis for a successful......

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