15 % of CO2 emissions in the EU are caused by cars and vans. Hence, the EU Parliament tightened the emission standards for vehicles—with clearly defined CO2 reduction targets.
However, the regulation of pollutant emissions from plants in accordance with the Technical Instructions on Air Quality Control is also one of the major environmental protection measures taken by the federal and state governments. What solutions are available for industry, logistics companies and local authorities? A question that IFAT’s professional supporting program examines from a variety of perspectives.
From companies and forwarding agencies to municipal building depots: those who maintain vehicle fleets for employees and work processes, inevitably deal with intelligent drives and zero emissions. In exciting expert lectures and live demonstrations, you will learn how modern drive technology can reduce CO2 emissions and what low-emission upgrades are possible.
What are the regulatory values to be observed when approving installations? How can pollutant emissions from old plants be reduced? Get in touch with manufacturers and experts to clarify your questions about the Technical Instructions on Air Quality Control and new drive methods.