The funds of the mobility plan in which the Ministry of Transport participates represent an investment of more than 13,000 million euros.. The ministry estimates that its mobility plans will generate a contribution to GDP of 20,000 million euros and create up to 280,000 new jobs. Biogas and hydrogen will play an indisputable role in this transformation process of all modes of transport.
The CEOs of leading companies in the transport and energy sector share their views on the penetration prospects of carbon neutral fuels and the energy management necessary to accelerate the process towards green transport.
Reaching the CO2 emission reduction targets implies the progressive substitution of fossil fuels in all modes of transport, either by converting the engines or renewing the fleet. At this table, the leaders of the transport, air, maritime, rail and road sectors will make an assessment of what the deployment of BioGNV and Hydrogen represents in terms of technical viability and cost to face this challenge.
Business Development Manager, Spain DNV
General Director of infrastructure of Enagas
Cofounder and CEO at Zeleros Hyperloop
Energy Technology Analyst – Hydrogen and Alternative Fuels at IEA
Big cities are making steady progress towards zero-emission mobility. Madrid, Barcelona, Aragón and Palma will share with us their sustainability strategy and the role that renewable gases will play on the road to decarbonization.
In 2021, Spain and Portugal have started supplying biogas at their service stations. In this conference we will analyze the experiences of transporters and station operators, and the impact of the biogas roadmap on the development of this fuel in the Iberian Peninsula
Deputy Director General of Hydrocarbons and New Fuels
Alternative Energies Director of IVECO Spain
Operations Director at HAVI Spain
CEO ESP Solution
This table will analyze the drivers that allow renewable gas production projects in our country to be made viable, the impact of the rising cost of emission rights, the perspectives regarding the biogas roadmap recently published for consultation and other aspects that may help reduce investment risk
Managing Director at Pavilion Energy
Deputy Director of the Economist
Head of New Business Development at Naturgy.
Ceo of Genia
Founding partner of Suma Capital
One of the great challenges facing the penetration of hydrogen in the transport is logistics. In this table we will analyze solutions for the supply of hydrogen to the different modes of transport: road, rail or ship
Jefe Técnico de LUIKE Editor
Director General de Innovación Abierta y Emprendimiento Corporativo de Enagás
Vice President Calvera Group Chief Commercial Officer
Director of Engineering and European Funds Office at Alsa / National Express Group.
Gerente Senior de Asuntos Corporativos en Toyota
Biomethane production, marketing, supply infrastructure and the end user, the shipping company, meet at this table to contribute their vision on the role of BioGNL in the decarbonization of maritime transport. A complete vision of all the representatives of the value chain, which will allow us to know first-hand the perspectives, the potential, the levers and the barriers that exist for the development of this carbon-neutral fuel and available to immediately start the path to zero emissions.
Director of Marine and Offshore. Bureau Veritas
Head of origination, markets and regulation at Total Energies Biogas
Managing Director at Balearia
CEO Waga Energy
Titan LNG Business Development Director
This table will address the regulatory changes and the guidelines of the International Maritime Organization (EEXI, CII, …) for zero emissions maritime transport
Transport activity has expanded considerably in recent years with the globalization of the trade, together with the need to move towards an increasingly sustainable fleet. As freight and passenger flows accelerate, supply chain agents have had to review their supply strategies. In this context, multimodal transport is a sensible solution to meet the needs of consumers and solve the problem of the net saturation, but it must be accompanied by multi-energy HUBS that act as qualifiers for the introduction of LNG, bioLNG or Hydrogen in the mobilities that interact in them: maritime transport, road and rail, seeking joint solutions that reduce the specific costs of each mobility.
We will address this success story in which Wärtsilä and Biokraft join forces to develop the world’s largest biogas liquefaction plant, with a production of 50 tons per day and with the latest cutting-edge technologies that will allow the production of green fuel to power ships. The project shows that the decarbonisation of maritime transport can begin now.
There is an unanimous agreement: the fuel cell is a ‘key technology’ for achieving ‘CO2 emission – free high-tonnage transport’ in the future. These trucks are getting closer to the roads every day, but what are the technological challenges that must be overcome? How will the refueling net be like? When will the serial productions begin? At this table we will try to answer these questions from the main manufacturers in the sector.