During the conference, experts from Germany, Finland and England will discuss technical and economic aspects of alternative biofuels, the engines that will run on them and the major challenges of the ambitious climate targets:
- Kirstin Sternberg (Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe/Agency of Renewable Resources), shows strategies for overcoming obstacles in the successful rollout of alternative fuels;
- Sabine Ziem-Milojevic (E4tech) deals with the market demand for modern biobased fuels and recycled fossil fuels;
Marko Janhunen (UPM Biofuels) sees an urgent need for further decarbonisation of traffic with alternative biofuels;
- Klaus Lucka (Tec4Fuels) tries to find an answer to the question of what effect alternative fuels will have on various applications;
- Armin Günther (Air Liquide Global E&C Solutions Germany) sees alternative biofuels as an important opportunity for the transport sector to make the industry carbon-free and shows proprietary applications.
On the second day of the conference, 11 forums offer a wide range of topics from all areas of renewable energy in the mobility sector. International experts discuss new technical developments, research, certification, market analysis and trade flows. There is also an exhibitors’ forum with exhibition stands and plenty of networking opportunities.
The conference is organised by the German Bioenergy Association (BBE), the Union for the Promotion of Oil and Protein Plants (UFOP), the German Bioethanol Industry Association (BDBe), the German Biofuel Industry Association (VDB) and the German Biogas Association (FvB).