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Digital Workshop – Powerfuels in North America – May 5, 2021
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Digital Workshop – Powerfuels in North America – May 5, 2021

The Global Alliance Powerfuels will be hosting a digital expert workshop on powerfuels in North America on May 5, 2021. Together with our local co-hosts, the Sous-ministériat à la Transition énergétique Québec and the Green Hydrogen Coalition, the workshop will be directed at a professional audience to explore the status quo, the way forward, and best practices towards a global green hydrogen economy.

New cooperation partners of the Global Alliance Powerfuels
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New cooperation partners of the Global Alliance Powerfuels

The Global Alliance Powerfuels is welcoming two new partners within its global network. The Australian Smart Energy Council (SEC) and the Institute for climate neutral mobility & production (ICNMP), based in Germany, have recently joined the network of the Alliance. We look forward to work together on joint projects and continue building a strong alliance in 2021.

New Study:  Powerfuels in a Renewable Energy World
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New Study: Powerfuels in a Renewable Energy World

The Global Alliance Powerfuels announces the publication of its latest research study quantifying demand volumes, costs and trading volumes of powerfuels in an energy system reaching carbon neutrality in 2050. The study shows that in a cost-optimized scenario, powerfuels can cover more than a quarter of final energy demand in 2050.

New publication: Implementation of the RED II in EU Member States
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New publication: Implementation of the RED II in EU Member States

Position paper elaborating upon the implications of the RED II for the transport sector, the directive’s implementation status across member states, and options and instruments to stimulate the market development of powerfuels within the directive and through its transposition into national law.

New publication: Carbon Sources for Powerfuels Production
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New publication: Carbon Sources for Powerfuels Production

Discussion paper on the different possible carbon sources for powerfuels production, including an analysis of their availability, sustainability, and creditability, and a discussion of the regulatory framework with regard to the EU ETS and the RED II