The multiple use cases of the “all-rounder” biomethane can make a noticeable contribution to mitigating climate change.
However, biomethane’s role in connecting the sectors of electricity, heat and fuel still lacks a clear strategy.
With the goal of
-elaborating the role of biomethane in the energy transition more clearly
-promoting the cooperation between the different actors
the scope of this international conference has been extended.
Which is why we now also look forward to your submissions on the following subject:
-The climate-neutral “multi-talent” biomethane and its role in the transport and energy transition
We also look forward to hearing your ideas, concepts and innovations about:
-Overview over the political framework and tax laws in Germany and the neighboring countries
-Current developments in biogas upgrading technologies
-Adaptation of the continuous biogas production to the discontinuous fuelling processes of vehicles
-CNG-Drive: use cases, vehicle types and technologies
-Best-practice examples for decentralized generation and utilization
-Bio-LNG and its future role in decarbonizing the fuel sector
-Practitioners talk about their experiences
-Innovation and business forum
Your presentation can be held either in English or German language as there will be professional simultaneous translation during both conference days.
To access this site, follow the below button which will lead you to the event website. There, you follow the orange button that says “Submit Your Abstract Here” which will direct you to the page where you can download your abstracts template.
Please follow the step-by-step-structure indicated on the registration site and submit it back following the process latest by April 30th, 2019.
(in alphabetical order)
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and EnergyHead of Unit II B4, “Energy Transition in Mobility, Fuel Markets”
Dipl. Env. Sc. Jaqueline Daniel-Gromke
DBFZ (Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum)
-At DBFZ since 2005
-Team leader at department “Biochemical Conversion”
-Team leader of the work group “System Optimisation”
-Focus on integration into the energy system
Dr. Attila Kovács
European Renewable Gas Registry
-PhD in Economics and Masters in chemical engineering
-Executive board member of EBA since 2009
-Actively promoting biogas technology since 2004 in Hungary and other Central-Eastern European countries
CNG Club e.V. & gibgas
-15 years of experience in the digital media sector
-Familiar with CNG from natural gas and biomethane since 1997
-Initiator of CNG-Club e.V.
-Co-founder and CEO of “gibgas”
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