top of page

Market Research Group

Public·11 members

Fuel For Keynote Themes 2.0

The app contains 170 multiple layout themes. Each theme has 32 unique master slides - a mix of bullet text and photo-oriented layouts. The layouts are modern, with custom bullets, matching tables and easily readable charts. All photo slides feature media placeholders so you could easily crop your image neatly in the shape.

Fuel for Keynote Themes 2.0

The Nuvera China team is poised to work with local and international companies to integrate Nuvera fuel cell engines into medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicles and zero-emission platforms. Our offerings in China include the following:

The role that hydrogen and fuel cells are playing in transforming the transportation sector was a major theme at several international gatherings in Vancouver, British Columbia in recent weeks. Vehicle OEMs, fuel cell suppliers, on- and off-road fleet operators and others gathered on May 22-24, 2019 for The Impulse Summit for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, also known as f-cell + HFC. This well-known conference and trade fair features speakers from around the world and showcases the latest developments in the fuel cell industry through technical panels, keynote addresses, product exhibitions and workshops.

The product engineers who developed the electrified top loader at the Hyster Big Truck Development Centre in Nijmegen, the Netherlands concluded that batteries alone were not a viable power source for the railway duty cycle. Not only would it require a battery pack more than twice the size of the available space in the vehicle; it would also require more hours to recharge than is available over the course of a day without disrupting operations. Using the fuel cell top loader, the operator will be able to accomplish normal daily work. Fueling will be performed in a manner consistent with current protocol, by bringing the fueling truck to the vehicle and quickly refilling the on-board hydrogen tanks.

The week after f-cell + HFC, the 10th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM10) meeting got underway in Vancouver. CEM10 leaders announced that the International Energy Agency will be coordinating efforts among the U.S., Canada, Japan, the Netherlands and the European Commission to launch a new hydrogen and fuel cell initiative. The purpose of this partnership is to drive international collaboration on policies, programs and projects to accelerate the commercial deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies across all sectors of the economy, according to a press release issued by the U.S. Department of Energy. Affirming the themes of the f-cell + HFC summit the previous week, a primary focus of the new initiative is enabling deployment of hydrogen fuel cell technologies in transport, including freight, mass transit, light-rail and marine.

Panelists observed that the maritime industry is driven both by standards and short-term economics. Relative to standards, it will be important to further develop safety protocols and standards for the use of ammonia as a bunker fuel; and to reinforce the need for standards compliance to prevent accidental releases. Conversion of existing ammonia tankers to operate on ammonia bunker fuel was suggested as an appropriate initial step forward. These tankers already operate under a regime of relevant safety protocols and standards.

Regarding fuel availability, panelists stated that it will be important to have reliable supply of anhydrous ammonia of consistent quality for different kinds of maritime vessels. Ammonia is already widely available around the world for fertilizer and industrial uses. The specifications and quality standards currently in place for these applications may be appropriate for maritime bunker fuel. If oil companies want to stay in the game, they will need to follow the demand of maritime industry customers for carbon-free fuel.

Given the critical role of education in empowering young minds, raising the quality of lives of millions around the world and creating a better, brighter tomorrow, we hope to fuel dialogue and drive change in this sector at our much-awaited education event.

We will feature back-to-back panel and keynotes spanning several content tracks. These will spotlight crucial topics, such as e-learning, brain science, inclusive learning, entrepreneurship in education, and more.

In this session, presenters will review data collection techniques that all units can use. They will share a case study utilizing a data> insights> strategy> creative workflow to create a marketing campaign, including a review of its performance to fuel future efforts.

Following a welcome address by Dr. Jochen Köckler, Managing Board Chairman of Deutsche Messe, Federal Minister Dr. Robert Habeck will open the Lightweighting Summit with a keynote address. In another keynote, Dr. Sven Jantzen, Director of Government Affairs at Umicore AG & Co. KG, will address the subject of the circular economy as a key element of resource efficiency from the perspective of a globally active recycling and materials technology group.

Another exciting keynote address will be given by Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne, President of the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), who will explore the potential of innovative approaches to circular value creation in lightweight construction.

Realty 2.0 Conference is where real estate and construction professionals converge to fuel value creation in emerging markets, establish connections, and get a 360 view of the latest developments in the industry. With unique tracks and carefully-curated sessions, it is designed to equip individuals and brands with the tools and practical know-how on how they can drive strategic business growth and gain momentum in the fast-paced real estate and construction world.

A well-crafted keynote address has the power to enliven new ideas, inspire fresh ways of thinking, and energize audiences to break boundaries. Keynotes should be an essential part of your NRF agenda, and these are our top picks for each day of the expo.

By adding this new 2.0L Turbocharged engine to the Cherokee Trailhawk mix, Jeep drivers now have an engine option that provides equivalent horsepower to the six-cylinder but at the same time offers greater torque as well as improved fuel economy. The 2.0L turbo has a combined fuel economy rating of 9.1 L/100 KM or 25.8 US MPG (37 IMP MPG). By comparison the 3.2L V6 numbers are 10.2 L/100 KM or 23.1 US MPG (28 IMP MPG). This equates to an approximately 12% improvement in fuel economy without giving up horsepower and even increasing the available torque.

The only drawback at the moment to opting for the 2.0L turbo when buying a Trailhawk is the fact that Jeep puts an almost one-thousand-dollar premium in Canada on the choice, and a five-hundred-dollar premium in the U.S. The cost savings of using less gas is suddenly mitigated initially by the higher price tag, stretching out the ROI to a longer period of time. However, the mere fact that fuel reduction is available without any sense of sacrificing performance is noteworthy nonetheless and will have appeal to a range of buyers greater than perhaps some will suspect.

Due to the many questions, the discussion about the presentation was continued during the coffee break. In the following keynote speeches, among others, the research activities of KIT on NET were presented:

After a series of keynote presentations on the topic from the various sectors and on the legal framework, an exchange between the participants in small groups was moderated in the further course using the World Café method. Afterwards the results of each table were presented and discussed together. This exchange enabled Helmholtz-researchers of the Topic "Resource and Energy Efficiency" from HIF, HZDR and KIT to understand what academia can contribute: to identify systemic links and technologies that can be further developed through joint projects and in collaborations.

For the energy transition to be successful, the renewable power sector must be coupled with other energy sectors. In the area of chemical energy carriers, such as fuels and combustibles, this can be achieved using power-to-X approaches (P2X). In this case, synthetic chemical energy carriers are produced from hydrogen and CO2. If hydrogen is produced by electrolysis with green electricity and CO2 comes from a non-fossil source, the P2X products are nearly CO2-neutral. Research at the Energy Lab 2.0 covers the corresponding plants. A Power-to-Liquid container produces so-called e-fuels, the Power-to-Gas plant generates climate-neutral methane for later power production by a gas turbine.

The new graduate school ENZo offers the next generation of young researchers the opportunity to apply interdisciplinary knowledge in application-oriented projects that can visibly contribute to the transformation of the energy system.Future researchers are characterized not only by their desire to understand how developments and technologies can be embedded in the overall context of the energy system, but also by their desire to contribute to its sustainable design. MTET themes such as

Following on from the hugely successful Nano4EVs launch event in November 2020, Nano4EVs 2.0 will encompass a wider range of themes to highlight the diverse role of nanomaterials in future electric vehicles. Who should attend:

The alarming depletion of fossil fuel reserves has lead the researchers worldwide to look for efficient alternative energy sources such as solar, hydro, geo-thermal, wind, nuclear power. While energy generation forms one of the aspects for addressing energy crisis, energy storage is an important aspect for efficient utilization of energy generated. Supercapacitors are promising, profoundly effective and reliable energy storage devices, due to their excellent electrochemical features like high power densities, fast charge-discharge kinetics, long cycle life and high reliability, and they indicate phenomenal ability to bridge the gap between the conventional capacitors and batteries. 041b061a72


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...
Group Page: Groups_SingleGroup
bottom of page