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FVV // Science for a moving society

Up to now, fossil energy carriers have been characteristic of the EU’s prosperity. With the »Green Deal«, the EU is now aiming to complete its transition to a world-leading industrial location in which prosperity is shaped by the use of renewable resources in closed value chains (circularity). From 2050 onwards, the net greenhouse gases emitted in the EU are to be reduced to zero. This green transformation poses great challenges for industrial companies competing in global markets, as many of their previously successful business models need to be adapted for the future. However, the Green Deal also offers a vast range of opportunities. Only innovations enable emission reduction solutions that support or even increase living standards instead of diminishing them. While this is especially valid in the transport sector, it also applies in other segments. The FVV and its partners are supporting the transformation through a large, collective network.

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How we are speeding up the green transformation

1 // Thanks to the »Green Deal«, Europe is to become the first climate-neutral continent that eliminates as many CO2 emissions as it produces by 2050. To allow the green transformation to pick up momentum, the principle of achieving carbon neutrality as quickly as possible must be the basis for political decisions.

2 // Since the environmental behaviour or climate relevance of the overall system is a decisive factor in the ecological footprint of any future technology, political regulations and decisions should be taken on the basis of comprehensive life-cycle assessments (LCA) that consider all direct and indirect impacts throughout all upstream and downstream stages of the value chain.

These are the main conclusions of an extensive series of orientation studies on climate neutrality the European transport sector, summarised in a new information paper of the FVV.

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Publication | Information paper
FVV publishes new paper on system efficiency

Climate-neutral mobility that is resource-friendly: How we are speeding up the green transformation
FVV | R605 | April 2023

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Publication | FAQ
FVV publishes Frequently Asked Questions on its LCA / fuels studies

FVV LCA/Fuels Studies: Fundamental technical and economic framework conditions
FVV | April 2023

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Research with an open mind

In a guest opinion piece in our partner magazine MTZ (issue 04/2023), FVV Managing Director Dietmar Goericke explains why the research association basically pursues an open approach in all its activities, in which all technologies are considered equally. Instead of ruling out promising options, the focus is on solving problems pragmatically.

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23rd Stuttgart International Symposium | 04.-05.07.2023

For many years, the Stuttgart International Symposium on Automotive and Engine Technology has been one of the largest specialist congresses automotive and powertrain development in Europe and one of the most important industry meetings in the automotive industry. As the symposium traditionally held in March had to take place digitally due to the pandemic situation of the past two years, in 2023 it will be held in Stuttgart in July for the first time. Finally, it will again be possible to bring together experts and executives from industry and research and to present the latest developments and research results.

FVV Session: 04.07.2023 - 14:00-17:00 hrs.

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Call for Papers
E-MOTIVE by FVA | 27.-28.09.2023 | Schweinfurt, Germany

Industry and research are working together to drive the mobility of tomorrow forward. Electromobility is an important step toward climate protection, social change, and economic success. The drivetrain of the future is essential for setting a course for efficient and environmentally friendly mobility.

E-MOTIVE offers an opportunity to exchange ideas with international experts from leading companies and institutes and gain insights into current research findings and industrial practice.

CfP submission deadline: 02.05.2023!

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Transfer | THEMIS
Latest results in cutting-edge research: FVV 2022 Final Reports

In 2022, a total of 36 final reports were published in the FVV expert groups. In a unique way, they convey the latest results in cutting-edge research.

These reports are available for download in THEMIS for FVV members exclusively. Find out what is particularly interesting for you.

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Call for Papers
THE #P2X CONFERENCE | 14.-15.11.2023 | Frankfurt/M., Germany

The international conference, organised by P2X4A, focuses on practical and technical challenges along the P2X value chain and offers the ideal opportunity for exchange and networking in the hydrogen community. Especially contributions from industry on solutions and lessons learned are welcome. Topics: Electrolysis, further production pathways for hydrogen, syntheses for eFuels and other hydrogen derivatives incl. ammonia and methanol, applications, transport, storage and logistics of hydrogen and derivatives as well as challenges in the construction and operation of hydrogen plants.

CfP submission deadline: 31.05.2023!

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Call for Papers
11the International Engine Congress 2024 | 27.-28.02.2024 | Baden-Baden, Germany

The International Engine Congress as a knowledge forum and industry meeting place for engine development addresses the entire system of engine technology: from energy generation to energy storage to energy conversion. With its unique concept, it brings together the current technological state of knowledge of the entire system of non-fossil fuels and internal combustion engines and their holistic evaluation with regard to climate protection. It is thus the central, practice-oriented platform for the exchange of knowledge and suitable systemic strategies for meeting the Paris and Glasgow climate targets.

CfP submission deadline: 12.06.2023!

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