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The place to be for the IC engine community // In the spotlight: Energy systems and powertrains 2050 // Main topics: Engines and fuels forming an integrated system // Keynote speaker Dr Ulrich Kramer presents the FVV 2018 Fuel Study: Options for the defossilisation of the transportation sector (100 % scenarios)
The 6th International Engine Congress will take place in Baden-Baden from 26 – 27 February 2019.
Renowned experts from the automobile and commercial vehicle industries will be showcasing a wide range of new technical solutions. Top executives from these sectors will give insights into their company’s product strategies. The Engine Congress has also developed to become the leading congress for the entire system of internal combustion engines and fuels. Efficient passenger car and commercial vehicle engines, combined with new fuels to form an integrated system, are the key technology for carbon-neutral, individual mobility with low emissions.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Energy systems and powertrains in 2050
PANEL DISCUSSION: Energy, mobility, prosperity – it all follows physics!?
Prof (apl.) Dr Uwe Lahl, Ministerial Director, Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg | Carsten Müller, Member of the German Bundestag, CDU Parliamentary Group | Dr Markus Müller, Senior Vice President Product Development & Technical Customer Support, DEUTZ AG | Dr Kurt-Christian Scheel, Managing Director, German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) | Dr Wolfgang Warnecke, Chief Scientist Mobility, Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH
Prof Dr Uwe Dieter Grebe, AVL List GmbH, Austria | Dr Ulrich Kramer, Ford-Werke GmbH | Prof (apl.) Dr Uwe Lahl, Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg | Carsten Müller, German Bundestag | Dr Markus Müller, DEUTZ AG | Dr Thomas Pauer, Robert Bosch GmbH | Prof Dr Stefan Pischinger, FEV Group GmbH and RWTH Aachen University | Dr. Kurt-Christian Scheel, German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) | Prof Dr Ulrich van Suntum, WWU Münster | Dr Wolfgang Warnecke, Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH
The head of the FVV Working Group on Future Fuels, Dr Ulrich Kramer (Technical Specialist Advanced & Alternative Fuels, Ford-Werke GmbH), will present in his keynote speech options for climate-neutral mobility in2050.
The FVV Study, published in autumn 2018, examined the use of electricity, hydrogen and synthetic e-fuels as energy sources in road transport (on the basis of 100 % scenarios), taking both technical and economic factors into consideration. The results of the study showed that e-fuels can be competitive despite the less favourable efficiencies in the energy chain.
MAIN TOPICS: Engines and fuels forming an integrated system
Book now for the 6th International Engine Congress. ATZlive, VDI Wissensforum and FVV are looking forward to your participation!
Research Association for Combustion Engines eV
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