New Energy Coalition is organising the networking event New pathways to sustainable fuels in collaboration with Renewable Energy Hamburg, Handelskammer Hamburg and NBSO-Hamburg on Thursday 25 April 2019 in Hamburg, Germany. During this North-North collaboration we will have an in-depth look at the ambitions of both regions on new fuels; the initiatives to ‘green’ mobility segments and path-breaking regulatory changes.
The mobility sector relies heavily on the use of fossil energy fuels to fulfil in their energy demand, meanwhile contributing to about one-fifth of the EU’s total emission of carbon dioxide (CO2). The revolution of traditional energy fuels into more sustainable fuels as part of the energy transition represents a significant (international) challenge. Realistic and sustainable concepts must be developed to stimulate new pathways for the adoption of these fuels by the various mobility sectors. Cross-border alignment and international cooperation is a pre-requisite for a successful adaptation of sustainable fuels.
Via a number of keynotes we will focus on the revolution of sustainable fuels in various mobility segments in the Northern Netherlands and Northern Germany. Together with public and private parties we have to design and jointly realise the new pathways. In the various sessions there will be special attention for: North-North ambitions on new fuels; the initiatives to ‘green’ mobility segments and path-breaking regulatory changes.
|11.30||Option to visit the Vattenfall H2 fuelstation|
|Start 12:30||Walk-in event incl. lunch|
|13:30||Official opening and welcome|
|13:45||Clean fuels – the outlook for ssLNG|
|14:15||Clean fuels for road transport – the outlook for hydrogen|
|14:45||Clean fuels in the railway sector – local solutions|
|16:30||Wrap – up|
|16:45||The rational of green mobilisation & North-North cooperation|
The day may be concluded with participation in the celebration of the King’s birthday at the Dutch Honorary Consulate in Hamburg (Am Sandtorkai 41, 20457). The seminar and network event are free of charge, but places are limited. It is therefore recommended to sign up as soon as possible.
Location: Handelskammer Hamburg, Adolphsplatz 1, 20457 Hamburg