Zero CO2 Mobility 2020
On November 10th and 11th, 2020, FEV Europe will host the fourth international conference “Zero CO 2 Mobility” in Aachen. Central issue of the conference is the potential and capabilities of different energy storage systems – from battery technology to different types of renewable fuels.
In order to achieve the climate protection goals of 2015, the transport and transportation sector will have to make substantial savings. It is becoming increasingly clear that electrification will be an important, but by no means the only solution for CO2-free mobility. Alternative fuels play a major role in achieving sustainable mobility. Especially when considering well-to-wheel, they can ensure sustainable and low-pollution mobility. Needs-based drive solutions are particularly important on long distances – synthetic fuels can reduce CO2 emissions to a minimum.
A clear and sustainable road map for the path to market acceptance is therefore very important. In particular, the development and promotion of a usable infrastructure for e-fuels will be decisive for reducing CO2 emissions of internal combustion engines. The task for the legislator is to remove the hurdles that significantly impede the introduction of e-fuels as quickly as possible.
The conference will offer the opportunity to present your own work and to discuss the results with experts from industry, economy and research. The deadline for submitting abstracts is April 20, 2020.More Information/ Call for Papers