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11 Jun 2019

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14 Jun 2019

Madrid

AltFuels Iberia 2019

AltFuels Iberia 2019 will take place on 11-14 June 2019, at the IFEMA Trade Fair Center, in Madrid, featuring first level conferences and exhibition of vehicles of all kinds, supply stations, components, plants, engines terrestrial and marine, as well as the entire alternative fuels industry universe showing the latest technological developments, with multiple networking & business options, and new advances. It is organized by AltFuels Communications Group, event organizer with wide experience in the natural gas sector
worldwide, which publishes the NGVjournal.com newsletter, various specialized digital magazines and specific
events: from AltFuels Mexico up to 4 biennial events of NGV Global, 6 of NGVA Europe, 3 of NGV Italy and several more in different countries of Latin America.

NGVA Europe members get a discount on the conference fees (350€ rather than 450€)


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NGVA Europe member event

22 Oct 2019

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23 Oct 2019

Stuttgart

13th Conference on Gaseous-Fuel Powered Vehicles

Gaseous-fuel powered vehicles are environmentally friendly, causing about 20 % less CO2 emissions into the atmosphere than gasoline and diesel. When using biogas, synthetic methane, or hydrogen produced from wind or solar power, the reduction of CO2 emissions can reach…

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NGVA Europe member event

19 Sep 2019

Brussels

EBA Annual Conference 2019: 10th anniversary

This year, the conference will be highlighting the 10th anniversary of the EBA. The European Biogas Conference has become a landmark event for the biogas sector in Europe. Last year, more than 200 industry representatives, researchers and policy experts gathered in…

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NGVA Europe member event

12 Sep 2019

Brussels

FSR European Energy Policy and Law Conference

The next Commission will play a decisive role with respect to the future of European energy policy. This event is aimed to discuss these issues and to draw some first conclusions on what should be the next Commission’s energy priorities.

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