AMF Web Seminars
Workshop - Case studies for building blocks for e-fuel production
- 27 March 2023
- 13:00-15:00 CET, Online
International Workshop on Sustainable Aviation Fuels
AMF TCP Task 63 has organized an international workshop on sustainable aviation fuels. The workshop was held in the course of the Central European Biomass Conference (CEBC).
- 18 January 2023
- Graz, Austria
AMF Webinar Series on Sustainable Aviation Fuels
AMF TCP Task 63 has organized a series of online seminars on Sustainable Aviation Fuels on the following days:
- 03 Nov 2022 - Part 1: Supply & Operation
- 17 Nov 2022 - Part 2: Feedstock & Conversion
- 01 Dec 2022 - Part 3: Market & Policy
Please contact Task Manager Doris Matschegg for further information.
AMF Workshop Task 64: E-fuels - demo sites and international networks
This workshop provided some insights into e-fuel demonstration plants and into the global e-methanol market.
The workshop took place online on 10 November 2022 from 13.00 to 15.00 CET.
Please contact Task Manager Zoe Stadler fur further information.
AMF Workshop Task 64: Overview of the different e-fuels topics
The participants in Task 64 provided insights into the different aspects of e-fuels (according to the Key Questions formulated for the Task start). This creates a common basis for the subsequent, topic-specific workshops.
The Workshop took place online on 22 September 2022 from 12pm - 15.30 pm (CET)
AMF Task 63 - National networking Workshop
As part of the AMF project on sustainable aviation fuels (AMF Task 63 Sustainable Aviation Fuels), BEST - Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies organised a national networking workshop.
This workshop served to shed broad light on the topic, to make Austrian stakeholders visible and to discuss their positions. In particular, the current need for research and barriers to market introduction were identified.
AMF Web Seminar Task 57: Heavy duty vehicles - recent and future options with regard to energy consumption and pollutant emissions
This web seminar has been hold in October 2021 and presented the most recent findings from work done in AMF TCP Annex/Task 57 “Heavy duty vehicle performance evaluation.” An overview provided by the Task Manager was followed by related findings of the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV) TCP and case studies from Switzerland and Finland.
AMF Expert Workshop Task 59: Lessons Learned from Alternative Fuels Experience
The goal of the workshop was to verify our findings and to derive key messages. Within this workshop the findings from different case studies in the participating countries were presented. The lessons learned and recommendations derived from our project were discussed with the workshop participants, interested experts inside the AMF TCP as well as external experts.
AMF Web Seminar Task 56: Methanol as Motor Fuel
This webinar explored some of the key reasons why methanol can be an alternative fuel aligned with the priorities of today on the energy and climate fronts