• 31.10.2019
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  • 23.10.2019
    The future of liquid fuels is made in Karlsruhe

    FutureFuelsCamp visits INERATEC and KIT

    What will climate-friendly driving, flying and heating look like in the future? For answers to this question, the German Institute for Heat and Oil Technology (IWO) and Eurofuel invited delegates to the FutureFuelsCamp in Karlsruhe/Germany, where research is being conducted on greenhouse gas-neutral, liquid fuels and combustibles. And much more: The new fuels are already being produced there in pilot plants, so the event provided an opportunity to see at first hand the daily work of the scientists and engineers. At the start-up company INERATEC, winner of the German Founders Award, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), guests from all over Europe were informed about the options and opportunities of the new, almost CO2-neutral fuels. 

  • 03.07.2019
    Newsletter 04.2019

    Welcome to Eurofuel's July 2019 newsletter! 


Eurofuels roadmap 2

Liquid Fuels for Tomorrow's Heat Supply

A pathway for multi-energy hybrid heating towards 2050

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Heating with Liquid Fuels

Guide to oil and other liquid fuels for heating in Europe and their potential to contribute to EU's energy and climate policy objectives towards 2020, 2030, 2050 and beyond

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Case studies

  • France

    Training and educational support to master the efficient use of energy

  • Germany

    Future fuels in practice: The future of liquid energy sources

  • Belgium

    School near Brussels aims at a 30% energy savings with the modernization of its heating system with oil condensing boilers


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Sandrine Devos
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