The new year heralded the start of the 18th renewable mobility conference titled ‘Fuels of the Future 2021’ held in digital format.
Speakers from the German Bioenergy Association, the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, the German automotive industry, Europe’s largest motoring association the Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club and from the world of science presented their concepts, strategies and research results for renewable mobility and greater climate change mitigation to 520 conference participants.
Artur Auernhammer, member of the German Bundestag and chairman of the Board of the German Bioenergy Association, emphasised in his opening speech that there was no alternative to biofuels when shaping and further developing a sustainable transport and climate protection policy in coming decades.
He said: “We, therefore, expect that sustainable biofuels will be taken into account in an appropriate manner and in a spirit of openness to technological options in the political design of future climate protection policy.
“Without sustainable biofuels, the level of greenhouse gas emissions per annum in the transport...
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