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#P2X4A: From production to application, the conference on P2X in autumn 2021
Realizing P2X applications, scaling them and consistently exploiting opportunities: To this end, the P2X community now gets a top-class, international presence forum for information, exchange and cooperation. Registration is now open.
Open Letter: Fossil fuels are the problem, not the engine
It is not the engine that is the problem, but the fossil fuel, which must therefore be replaced by CO2-free alternatives as soon as possible. This is the central message of an open letter now jointly sent by twelve associations under the umbrella of FuelsEurope to Vice-President Frans Timmermans and Commissioners Adina-Ioana Vălean (Transport), Kadri Simson (Energy) and Thierry Breton (Internal Market).
Federal, state and industry governments agree on roadmap for market ramp-up of climate-friendly PtL aviation fuels
Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulze, Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer and the President of the German Air Transport Association BDL, Peter Gerber, signed the "PtL Roadmap" together with representatives of other federal and state ministries as well as the aviation industry, mineral oil industry and plant manufacturers and operators.
Web seminar series "From Production to Application"
P2X is a key component of the energy transition and for sector integration. The fundamental political decisions have been made. Now it is a matter of realizing and scaling-up specific applications.
Hydrogen Atlas Germany under creation
In order to be able to exploit the enormous opportunities offered by hydrogen, the Federal Government has developed the national hydrogen strategy. It is flanked by research projects supported for example by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Under the direction of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Sterner of the East Bavarian Technical University Regensburg, the Hydrogen Atlas of Germany is being developed in cooperation with the VDMA.
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