24. October 2016

FEV Conference "Advanced Fuels for Sustainable Mobility" to take place on November 9 and 10 in Aachen

Exchange on future-oriented developments in sustainable engine technologies and fuels

On November 9 and 10, FEV is holding the second "Advanced Fuels for Sustainable Mobility” conference in Aachen. This conference is geared toward experts and decision-makers in drivetrain and fuel development, as well as research. The conference is dedicated to the general themes of global and national fuel scenarios, requirements and means of implementing CO2 reduction, technologies for sustainable mobility, and market and customer behavior. These include alternative, synthetic, gaseous, and biofuels, as well as hydrogen and dual or flex-fuel applications.

"Combustion engines and fuels have to be considered as two sides of the same coin that are mutually dependent and interdependent. Synergistic combination of sustainable fuels and modern engine technology offers a great potential to reduce CO2 emissions and increase efficiency,” explains Dr. Philipp Adomeit, Head of Thermodynamics at FEV. "Our second ‘Advanced Fuels for Sustainable Mobility’ conference provides a platform for exchange between experts and takes into account the current state of technology, new technologies from both worlds, as well as external influencing factors as drivers or barriers."

Further information on the program and registration can be found at www.fev.com/conferences.

About FEV
FEV is a leading independent international service provider of vehicle and powertrain development for hardware and software. The range of competencies includes the development and testing of innovative solutions up to series production and all related consulting services.The range of services for vehicle development includes the design of body and chassis, including the fine tuning of overall vehicle attributes such as driving behaviour and NVH. FEV also develops innovative lighting systems and solutions for autonomous driving and connectivity. The electrification activities of powertrains cover powerful battery systems, e-machines and inverters. Additionally FEV develops highly efficient gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions, EDUs as well as fuel cell systems and facilitates their integration into vehicles suitable for homologation. Alternative fuels are a further area of development.

The service portfolio is completed by tailor-made test benches and measurement technology, as well as software solutions that allow efficient transfer of the essential development steps of the above-mentioned developments, from the road to the test bench or simulation.

The FEV Group is growing continuously and currently employs 6700 highly qualified specialists in customer-oriented development centers at more than 40 locations on five continents.