Vision 2050: Alternative low-carbon technologies, the role of liquid fuels
Policy Dinner Debate
Kindly hosted by Elissavet Vozemberg-Vrionidi MEP
FuelsEurope, in collaboration with The Parliament Magazine, are hosting a policy dinner debate focused on the role of liquid fuels in contributing to meeting the EU's 2050 climate targets.
The dinner, kindly hosted by Elissavet Vozemberg-Vrionidi MEP, will be held on Wednesday 27 November in the European Parliament in Strasbourg from 18:00 until 20:30.
The discussion will focus on the development and the deployment of low-carbon liquid fuels that can reduce emissions even in sectors such as heavy-duty transport, marine or aviation where currently there is no other technology available. Low-carbon liquid fuels will be a long-term solution for all transport modes and will effectively enable these sectors reduce their emissions.
Success in developing and deploying these new technologies will be dependent on governments and the European Union for creating the right policy framework that will foster innovation and competition. These technologies could represent a unique way to turn Europe’s climate leadership into an industrial opportunity for Europe.
Climate change is a global issue that requires the collaboration of governments, private companies, consumers, and other stakeholders to create effective solutions for all sectors. With this event, the industry aims at collaborating with EU policymakers to develop an enabling policy framework that can reduce emissions by incentivizing the use of low-carbon fuels and products and help Europe in achieving its ambitions.
The speakers for the event include:
Elissavet Vozemberg-Vrionidi MEP- EPP, Greece
Marta Yugo - Economics & Modelling Science Executive (Energy & CO2), Concawe
John Cooper - Director General, FuelsEurope
If you are interested in attending, please contact email@example.com