Conventional fuels, such as diesel and gasoline, are associated with too high pollutant emissions that are hazardous to the climate. Which technology will be used in future cars? Click here for a contribution by the Helmholtz Association with Thomas Koch from KIT’s Institut für Kolbenmaschinen.To the report
In his speech to the German Bundesrat (Federal Council), the Baden-Württemberg Minister of Transport Winfried Hermann speaks about the relevance of regenerative fuels to the reduction of CO₂ emissions and reaching the climate protection goals.More
They are already available: CO₂-neutral fuels as an alternative to diesel and gasoline. How are they produced? And which engines can be operated with them?To the report
From September 26 to 29, 2019, KIT scientists presented the reFuels project at NUFAM.More
Representatives of 'Deutsche Bahn' visited KIT to talk about DB's participation in the "reFuels" project. Among other things, they visited the bioliq system.